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Former army commander Michel Suleiman takes the presidential oath in Lebanon
Druze Leader, Walid Jumblatt (R), congratulates President Michel Suleiman after he takes the oath of President inside the Parliament in Beirut, Lebanon on May 25, 2008. After an 18-month stand between the U.S. backed government of Fuad Saniora and the Hezbollah led opposition that paralyzed the country both sides finally agreed on a consensus candidate for president. (UPI Photo)
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Walid Jumblatt (Arabic: وليد جنبلاط‎) (born August 7, 1949) is a Lebanese politician and the current leader of the Progressive Socialist Party (PSP). He is the most prominent leader of Lebanon's Druze community.

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