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In the press - Lebanon: Hariri left to stay?


On the front page of the press this morning: the political negotiations in Lebanon, the cancellation of several summits in Chile and Édouard Philippe at the head of Seine-Saint-Denis.

Orient le Jour questions the political future of Lebanon. After the resignation of Prime Minister Saad Hariri, the negotiations to form a new government are continuing. For the Lebanese daily, Saad Hariri could rally thanks to the confessional division of the Lebanese political class. On the street side, the protesters remain vigilant. The Cross evokes this Thursday the dream of a new Lebanon for the population.

In Chile, El Mercurio is saddened by the cancellation of two summits because of the social protest movement. An economic and diplomatic loss for the country, according to the daily. La Tercera, meanwhile, talks about the reasons that pushed the Chilean President to take this decision. Among them, the fear of a blaze with the planned visit of Donald Trump

Finally, in France, Libération evokes the concerns of elected officials of Seine-Saint-Denis face the lack of means. Prime Minister Edouard Philippe is due to visit the department on Thursday and announce a range of measures. Today in France evokes them pell-mell. The program includes a loyalty bonus of 10,000 euros for civil servants.

Source: france24

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