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Lebanon's political crisis: Your views

Hundreds of people supporting Saad Hariri, Lebanon's caretaker, held violent demonstrations, taking part in a "day of rage" over the possible election of Najib Mikati, nominated by Hezbollah, for the post of prime minister. He gained 68 votes to Hariri's 60, putting the Hezbollah-led opposition in a position to form a government. Many fear Lebanon’s political tensions could  lead to its violent division. What can be done to resolve the outstanding political crisis in the country? Send us your views.

Published: 28 Feb 2011 11:08 GMT
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