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Under Tabet's stewardship, the influential body has taken a tougher stance against corruption and mismanagement in Beirut and Lebanon's urban planning and development – hosting events critical of Lebanon's rampant coastal development and ailing transport sector.Tabet won last year's elections by just 21 ballots, against an alliance similar to the coalition now challenging him, which is made up of the Free Patriotic Movement, Future Movement, Lebanese Forces, Hezbollah and the Amal Movement.
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