Lebanon's Prime Minister Saad Hariri attends a press conference as part of a summit convened by France to bolster Lebanon's institutions, in Paris, Friday Dec. 8, 2017. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)
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It also comes at a point when having an institution that encompasses associations, trade unions, liberal professions, expatriates and civil society is crucial, as Lebanon tries to bring luster back to its organizations and create a constructive economic and social dialogue, in a true expression of democracy.The challenges facing the council are enormous, yet the Lebanese people are certain that if it takes the necessary steps, it can help address and support the country's economic stability as well as Lebanon's social and political security.
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