Lebanon's long-awaited parliamentary election was held yesterday after several postponements. Political instability and the turbulent economic situation have caused dissatisfaction among the Lebanese. Accordingly, the latest election was doubly important. We talked with Masoud Edrisi, Iran’s former ambassador to Lebanon, to get his thoughts on the crucial vote.
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