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BEIRUT - Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri said on Monday the international community should look at results of Lebanon's election in a "very positive way".
Lebanon on Sunday held its first parliamentary elections since 2009. Lebanon is under pressure to prove to international donors and investors -- who pledged more than $11 billion to Beirut last month -- that it has a credible plan to reform its economy. Holding elections was seen as a key part of this.
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