A handout picture provided by the Lebanese photo agency Dalati and Nohra on May 7, 2018, shows Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri talking to journalists during a news conferece in the Lebanese capital Beirut. "AFP PHOTO / DALATI AND NOHRA"
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Now that the elections are over, one would hope that Lebanon's politicians would put their fiery campaign rhetoric behind them and focus on the challenges facing the country.It is encouraging to note that Prime Minister Saad Hariri, though well-aware of the existing differences among the country's various political parties, and keenly cautious of the volatile situation surrounding Lebanon, has chosen to walk that exact path, investing his political victories into pursuing the interests of the country and its future. Hariri, in the style of a true statesman, has placed the interests of Lebanon and its people above politicking.
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