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Lebanon’s Hariri Suspends Role in Politics, Says Will Not Run in Upcoming Elections


Lebanon’s former Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri says he is suspending his work in political life and will not run in the upcoming parliamentary elections, amid an ongoing economic crisis in the country. Hariri made the announcement in a televised address on Monday, saying he is convinced that Lebanon does not have the chance for a positive future “in light of international disarray, national division, sectarianism, and the collapse of the state.”   “We will continue to serve our people, but our decision is to suspend any role in power, politics and parliament,” he said, urging members of his political party…

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