Former prime minister and Tripoli MP Najib Mikati meets with Speaker Nabih Berri in Ain al-Tineh. Monday, April 3, 2017. (The Daily Star/Hasan Ibrahim, HO)
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The controversial letter to the Arab Summit last week signed by five former presidents and prime ministers was intended to help build a just state in Lebanon, said Former prime minister and Tripoli MP Najib Mikati on Monday.The former PM also called for others who opposed or criticized the letter to read it again.Mikati as well as former prime ministers Tammam Salam and Fouad Siniora, as well as former presidents Michel Sleiman and Amine Gemayel sent three-page letter to the Arab Summit that addressed five issues: adherence to the Taif agreement, compliance with international obligations including U.N. Security Council Resolution 1701, the proliferation of illegal arms in Lebanon, the Baabda Declaration and means to prevent interference in the Syrian crisis.
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