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Lebanon suffered heavy losses after 2 president-less years

Lebanon has now entered its third year without a head of state, and political analysts say the country is paying the price for it. The Lebanese presidency has been vacant since Michel Suleiman’s term expired on May 25, 2014. Since then, the country’s parliament has held 39 rounds of voting, but all have failed to elect a new president.
 

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