Lebanese political scene may be characterised as restless from the very beginning for many reasons. First of all it is the fact that it’s an ethnically and religiously divided country. The Christians amount approximately to 36 per cent of population, Sunni and Shia population account both for 29 per cent and the Druze 7 per cent out of overall Lebanese population. Compared with the situation in 1947 when the independent…
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