The fourth round of Lebanon’s parliamentary election on 19 June has produced both clarity and worry for Lebanon’s voters and citizens. A decisive overall majority in the 128-seat chamber for the anti-Syrian alliance led by Saad Hariri, son of the ex-prime minister Rafiq Hariri who was assassinated on 14 February, is combined with concern over Hizbollah’s continued armed presence, sectarian divisions between Lebanon’s various confessional groups, and the dangers of a sting in the Syrian tail even after the evacuation of Syrian armed forces.¿Se oscurece la primavera democrática que muchos pronosticaban?
Ni nos falta razón, ni nos sobra razón
28 de junio de 2005
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Por Sergio a las 21:45