File- FPM leader MP Michel Aoun arrives at the Parliament in Beirut, Wednesday, April 23, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Amid the flurry of statements issued by politicians from across the spectrum, only one conclusion has been certain: that many of these positions have been little more than subtle ways to evade taking a position at all.It is clearly Michel Aoun, but without wanting to throw in their towel too soon, March 8 politicians are holding off on stating this explicitly.It would be preferable for Aoun to reconsider his tactics and strategy without dogma, and with an open mind, and to embrace the country's needs and priorities, rather than lead it to further paralysis.
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