Qamareddine receives congratulations. (The Daily Star/ Antoine Amrieh)
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Members of Tripoli's municipal council voted for a mayor Tuesday at the serail, promising to cooperate for the best of people despite coming from rival lists.The council gave the mayor's office to Qamareddine over Azzam Oweida by 16 votes to 8, and the vice presidency to Wali over Rasha al-Sankari by the same tally. Oweida headed a list that was backed by Tripoli's main political parties against a ticket supported by resigned Justice Minister Ashraf Rifi and headed by Qamareddine.
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