Former Finance Minister Mohammad Shatah. (The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir)
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Former Prime Minister Saad Hariri remembered Saturday his senior adviser Mohammad Chatah, who was killed in a car bomb last year, saying that the former minister was a symbol of moderation and dialogue.Seven other people were killed in the attack, which Hariri had implicitly blamed Hezbollah for.In his statement Saturday, Hariri, the head of the Future Movement, said Chatah's killing was a loss for the party and for himself. MP Marwan Hamade, an independent figure allied with the March 14 coalition, said Chatah was a man of moderation and passionate about the idea of a strong, independent and sovereign state.
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