File - Former Tripoli MP Misbah al-Ahdab speaks during a press conference in Tripoli, Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012. (The Daily Star/Antoine Amrieh)
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Former Tripoli MP Misbah al-Ahdab announced a partial list of candidates Tuesday for the municipal election on May 29, stressing that the deprived city has a chance to revive itself. During a news conference at his Tripoli residence, Ahdab criticized local political groups for failing to find consensus. Ahdab claimed that at the time he extended a hand to the city's various political factions, but didn't receive a response.Instead, Ahdab said that city officials were simply arguing over who would take the mayoral post.
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