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Beirut – Lebanon: Najib Mikati Appointed Prime Minister


The Sunni businessman has received the support of Hezbollah and the Future Movement. Lebanon is back to square one, with no prime minister, no government and one of the worst economic crises of the 21st century. On 15 July, former prime minister-designate Saad Hariri resigned after being unable to reach an agreement with Lebanese President Michel Aoun to form a government. “It is obvious that we will not be able to reach an understanding, the president and I,” said the Sunni leader after his meeting with Aoun. Hariri’s resignation means, once again, going through the consultation process to appoint a new prime…

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