MP Fouad Siniora arrives to attend a meeting in Baabda, Sunday, March 30, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir)
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Head of the Future bloc Fouad Siniora retorted Wednesday that no deal had been reached with Speaker Nabih Berri on the wage hike, rendering suggestions that the bloc had engaged in a "coup" against Parliament sessions meaningless.Parliament failed once again to meet Tuesday to vote on the controversial wage hike bill that has been a key demand by the Union Coordination Committee for holding the official exams, prompting Berri to postpone the session to June 19 .Siniora pointed out that the Future bloc and its March 14 allies had always expressed support for those with limited income and for implementing a balanced salary scale, according to the statement.
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