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‘Cedar’ revolutionaries want more reform for Lebanon

Stopping cars hurtling through Beirut’s downtown, young protesters do something they could never do before: pass out flyers that urge Lebanese to cast a protest vote against the country’s entrenched political class – including the leaders of this spring’s Cedar Revolution. A sedan with government plates squeals up. It’s plastered with posters of Saad Hariri, son and political heir of slain former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Serge Toursarkissian, a parliamentarian seeking reelection on the younger Hariri’s slate, which swept all of Beirut’s 19 parliamentary seats Sunday, barrels out. Full Story

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