No more Syrian Pound?

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Joined: 18-Oct-2011
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I'm just a little confused about what happened with the Syrian pound. This might've been changed a long time ago, but why? I guess the Arabic name is Lirah, then we should change Egypt and Sudan as well, to just name a few.

Also, what happened with Lebanon, etc? I thought we had looooong discussions a few years back to not rename the currencies and using special characters and Arabic plurals.
Personally I'm all for having Ġirsh/Piastre, Qirshā/Piastres and Līrāt/Pound, but what happened with the consistency? We either have it on all, or none. But now there's just a little here and there, which looks sloppy.
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+1 for consistency
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