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Across the capital last week, The Daily Star asked residents to reflect on President Michel Aoun's first year in office.Karim, a 21-year-old student at the Lebanese American University majoring in international affairs and political science, said he didn't think that Aoun's presidency has added much to Lebanese society.Karim wants Aoun to focus more on social issues, and ensure that the Lebanese public gets a better deal.Ginny, 20, is studying radio and television at a university in the city. She echoed Karim's concerns and called on Aoun to focus more on social issues and to help the younger generation of Lebanon get ahead.Youssef, a 64-year-old taxi driver shared Samir's opinion of Aoun.Antoine wants Aoun to focus on eradicating corruption as well.
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