File - A portrait of slain former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri is seen on his grave in downtown Beirut, Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Politicians should learn from Hariri's legacy and take note of the striking differences between his time spent serving the public and the depressing and dangerous times of today.There are those who continue to reject the court process in the Netherlands that is trying to get to the bottom of Hariri's murder, relying on rumor and innuendo as they try to discredit the Special Tribunal for Lebanon. And there are those who are equally stubborn as they ignore or demean the legacy of Rafik Hariri, a heritage steeped in dialogue, moderation and putting Lebanon's national interests first.
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