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President Michel Aoun's office Tuesday denied rumors that the president was planning to make a visit to the area of Kesrouan for electoral purposes.Last month, Marada Movement head MP Sleiman Frangieh implicitly pointed to Aoun's involvement, saying: "A strong president should be the one who unites all Lebanese ... but for him to interfere in elections and make lists is unacceptable".From 2005 up until his election to the presidency in 2016, Aoun represented Kesrouan in Parliament.
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