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Lebanon: Responsibility for corruption

“When you still elect a murderer to a public office, you can’t really blame the government and its action. When you vote for a war criminal to lead you, don’t expect peace and harmony. When you leave a liar to stay in a government position, don’t blame that government for being hypocritical,” writes Nash about the responsibility of the Lebanese people for the corruption.

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