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French newspaper reveals Hariri's successor to head the Lebanese government

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French newspaper reveals Hariri's successor to head the Lebanese government Empty French newspaper reveals Hariri's successor to head the Lebanese government

Post by rocky Sat 11 Nov 2017, 2:59 am

French newspaper reveals Hariri's successor to head the Lebanese government


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Baghdad - Agencies
The authorities in Saudi Arabia would like to head Baha Hariri instead of his brother Saad, the Lebanese government, the Interfax news agency reported, quoting the French newspaper Figaro.
The newspaper said that the French obtained this information from reliable sources and high-level in the Lebanese government, noting that relatives of Saad Hariri rejected the Saudi offer after inviting them to Riyadh to discuss details of the idea, and confirmed Hariri's family to the Saudis that it would not agree to the rotation of power in Lebanon in this way.
Figaro also stressed that Paris attaches great importance and closely monitors the recent political situation in Lebanon following the announcement by Saad Hariri of his resignation from the post of Prime Minister of Lebanon, according to the newspaper, because Saad Hariri and his supporters are traditional allies of France.
Figaro pointed out that France sent to Lebanon this week Advisor to the French President for Middle East Affairs, Orillin Le Chevalier, to discuss the political future of the Hariri family in Lebanon, while officials at the Elysee Palace said that the visit was planned before but its theme Its objectives have changed.


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