Prime Minister Saad Hariri attends an anti-piracy event at the Grand Serail, Nov.3, 2017 (The Daily Star / ISF Twitter)
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Prime Minister Saad Hariri Friday condemned attempts by some actors to "bootleg" the government and its accomplishments.Speaking at an event at the Grand Serail entitled "Together against piracy," Hariri argued that the crime in question wasn't limited to the purloining of ideas, media or arts. Turning back to politics, Hariri made note of Lebanon's commitment to U.N. Resolution 1701, the ongoing legal process underway at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, and the strengthening of the Lebanese Army and Internal Security Forces.
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