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Lebanese Hariri Hopes ‘Irking‘ Obstacles Against Cabinet Set up Would ‘Disappear‘

2018/09/16 | 11:00

(Iraq Now News)- Prime Minister-designate Saad Hariri expressed hope that disagreements overshadowing the government formation process would “disappear,” according to a statement released by his office Saturday.

“I believe that all political parties realize the regional, security, economic and environmental challenges that we face,” Hariri said, calling on politicians to be “humble” and think in terms of Lebanon’s best interest.

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