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Aoun has emerged as one of March 8's strongest candidates.Although selected by President Michel Sleiman for the Interior Ministry post, Baroud is not affiliated with any of the political parties in Lebanon.Although Frangieh was never elected president while Lebanon was under Syria's control between 1990 and 2005, the MP is seen as a possible presidential candidate from the March 8 coalition.In a recent interview, Frangieh said he would support Free Patriotic Movement leader Michel Aoun for the presidential election, saying he would not act regarding the poll without coordinating with Aoun.Lebanon's president from 1982 to 1988, Gemayel remains a potential presidential candidate for the March 14 coalition.For example, President Michel Sleiman was the Army commander prior to his 2008 election to presidency.
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