Former Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)
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Former Prime Minister Saad Hariri Friday said he extends his hands to all factions in Lebanon, reiterating that his endorsement of MP Michel Aoun for the presidency was intended to work in the country's best interests.Hariri said he has been seeking an end to the presidential void and its repercussions for more than two years. Hariri stressed that he had no differences with Berri, who vehemently opposes Aoun and has declared he will vote against the candidate.Hariri said that the Future bloc members could have different viewpoints "but the bloc is led by Hariri".The former prime minister said his agreement with Aoun didn't include the controversial electoral law or the oil and gas file.Hariri said he was hopeful that the financial crisis that hit his businesses in Lebanon and Saudi Arabia would be resolved soon.
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