Macron accuses Lebanese leaders of ‘betrayal’ over failure to form a government

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    French President Emmanuel Macron on Sunday accused Lebanon’s leaders of betraying their promises over the failure to form a government in the wake of the Beirut port blast. He gave the country’s political class four to six weeks to implement his roadmap but ruled out immediate sanctions.

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