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Beirut: Lebanon’s PM-designate resigns amid political impasse over government formation

[UPDATE – Sep 26th – 16:25Z] France will not let Lebanon down – source close to Macron. France will not let Lebanon down, a source close to French president Emmanuel Macron told Reuters on Saturday, following the decision of its prime minister-designate to quit after trying for almost a month to line up a non-partisan cabinet. “Lebanon’s Adib stepping down amounts to a ‘collective betrayal’ by Lebanese political parties,” the source said. The source also said Macron would make a statement at a later stage. *** Mustapha Adib, who was appointed by the Lebanese Parliament less than a month ago…

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