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Progressive Socialist Party leader MP Walid Jumblatt will not run in the upcoming parliamentary elections for the first time since 1992 as he passes the family's political legacy to his son Taymour.In the predominantly Druze Chouf-Aley district, Jumblatt has submitted candidates for three out of the four possible Druze seats – Taymour Jumblatt, Marwan Hamadeh from Chouf and Akram Chehayeb from Aley.In the West Bekaa-Rashaya district, where Jumblatt had a Druze and Orthodox MP, only a Druze candidate will run from the area this year with MP Wael Abu Faour.
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