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The short answer is Hariri, according to two constitutional experts.Hariri is thus still prime minister, but in a limited, caretaker capacity.The Constitution says nothing about how – or where – a resignation must take place.So why are Aoun and Berri saying Hariri is still prime minister?Aoun says he's waiting for Hariri to return to Lebanon and explain his resignation. Moukheiber holds out an "extremely remote possibility" that Hariri could withdraw his resignation.
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