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Former Minister Nicolas Nahhas, a candidate for the Orthodox seat in Minyeh and Dinnieh, Thursday described the current political trend in Lebanon as unsustainable. "The political trend that has taken place in Lebanon since 1990 has not contributed to the strengthening or the building of the state," Nahhas was quoted as saying by the state-run National News Agency, during a meeting with journalists in Tripoli. He traced the economic crises in the country to the assassination of late Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, saying that many reforms now adopted for the CEDRE conference were prepared during Hariri's tenure.
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