Hariri wrapped up a three-day campaign tour in north Lebanon.
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Prime Minister Saad Hariri Tuesday compared Beirutis to boxers, saying that they always get back up after a knock down, during a rally at the Al-Riyadi club in Beirut.Hariri told voters that although he is the son of the late Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, a premier himself, and the head of Future, he is foremost a Beiruti."Rafik Hariri planted his soul in Beirut's soil, and nothing in the world can take it away, not force, terrorism, money, chaos and surely not the elections".He said that Beirut would not change its blue color – referring to Future's insignia – and would remain a blue apotropaic bead, protecting Lebanese from evil.
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