Girls attend Palm Sunday at a church in Beirut, Sunday, March 25, 2018. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Christians from various sects gathered Sunday across Lebanon to celebrate Palm Sunday mass – this year with a political flavor, as priests marked less than two months to go until the country's parliamentary elections.Included in Sunday's service were messages in anticipation of the upcoming parliamentary elections set for May 6 – the first such race to be held in nine years, on which some hopes for political change have been pinned.The bishop's comments come as the parliamentary race picks up across Lebanon, with various political blocs announcing their electoral lists ahead of a Monday deadline.
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