June 2011
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);6/17/2011, Vol. 198 Issue 5113, p2
The article reports on the political status in Lebanon in 2011 focusing on Najib Mikati's first day as Prime Minister in the country. It indicates that Mikati vowed to improve the worsening economic and social conditions in the country and rejected charges that Syria and Hizbullah have dominated his government. Moreover, it states that Mikati reiterated his government's commitment to civil peace and international obligations and opposed the use of arms against fellow Lebanese.


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