Future Movement MP Ammar Houri. (Archive Photo/The Daily Star)
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Future Movement leader Saad Hariri is not necessarily seeking to return to the premiership, party MP Ammar Houri said Monday, denying claims that an initiative put forth by the former premier to resolve the presidential crisis is linked to the matter.Rumors have been circulating over Geagea's possible nomination of Aoun after Hariri's reported support of Marada Movement leader MP Sleiman Frangieh's presidential bid.Frangieh answered positively, implying that the initiative was in fact aimed for Hariri to return to the premiership.
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