Myriam Skaff repeated a statement that her husband used to say: “Zahle’s fence is not low.” (The Daily Star/HO)
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The announcement came at the end of a Mass at Skaff's homecity of Zahle to mark 40 days after the death of the veteran politician.Citizens, politicians and prominent religious figures alike attended the mass.Skaff assured attendees that her husband's legacy would be maintained, yet warned anyone who seeks to undercut it. Skaff, who died at the age of 67, is survived by his two sons Joseph and Gebran.Tourism Minister Michel Pharaon attended representing Prime Minister Tammam Salam.Elias Skaff boasts a long political track record. Apart from being a parliamentarian, Skaff's career also included a number of ministerial appointments.
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