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From Lebanon’s beginning as a separate entity, political power in Lebanon has been to some degree pre-allocated on the basis of sect, or religious community. This tendency was expressed by the Ottoman Millet system, was expanded and codified by France during the mandate, and has formed the basis of Lebanese political life since independence when: […]
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