Middle East: Lebanon

April 2013
Political Intelligence Briefing;4/9/2013, p33
The article reports on the resignation of Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati. It states that Mikati claimed personal reasons for his resignation, but it was believed that his decision was driven by his political disagreements over the Hezbollah bloc. Meanwhile, it mentions that Tammam Salam replaced Mikati's position.


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