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Nayla Tueni
Nayla Tueni

Nayla Tueni is one of the few elected female politicians in Lebanon and of the two youngest. She became a member of parliament in 2009 and following the assassination of her father, Gebran, she is currently a member of the board and Deputy General Manager of Lebanon’s leading daily, Annahar. Prior to her political career, Nayla had trained, written in and managed various sections of Annahar, where she currently has a regular column. She can be followed on Twitter @NaylaTueni

COLUMNISTS
Nayla Tueni
Nayla Tueni

Nayla Tueni is one of the few elected female politicians in Lebanon and of the two youngest. She became a member of parliament in 2009 and following the assassination of her father, Gebran, she is currently a member of the board and Deputy General Manager of Lebanon’s leading daily, Annahar. Prior to her political career, Nayla had trained, written in and managed various sections of Annahar, where she currently has a regular column. She can be followed on Twitter @NaylaTueni

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Saturday, 1 October 2016

There have been increasing rumors in Lebanon that an agreement is about to be sealed between Saad Hariri and Michel Aoun

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Friday, 23 September 2016

If we believe in Lebanon as a democracy, we accept that Christian leader Michel Aoun becomes president if he is elected by a majority in parliament

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Lebanon is damned by a bunch of officials

Friday, 2 September 2016

Lebanese people have defied all invaders, resisted occupiers and confronted economic collapse

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