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Beirut : Lebanon president names Mustapha Adib as new Prime Minister


Lebanese President Michel Aoun has named the country’s ambassador to Germany Mustapha Adib as the new prime minister after he secured the support of major political parties.  A majority of lawmakers had to decide on whom to name as premier before Aoun tasked the candidate with forming a government. According to a Reuters tally of votes cast by lawmakers in official consultations, Adib secured the support of a majority of lawmakers to be designated as the new prime minister. Adib secured at least 66 votes, or more than half of the 120 MPs currently serving in the Lebanese parliament, after the Christian Free Patriotic Movement announced it had…

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