Sleiman chaired Wednesday's Cabinet session at the Baabda Palace. (The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir)
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The Cabinet Wednesday appointed a female head for the Civil Service Board and approved a plan to address the deteriorating Rafik Hariri University Hospital in Beirut.Chaired by President Michel Sleiman at Baabda Palace, the Cabinet appointed Fatima Sayegh as the new head of the Civil Service Board for a six-year term. Sleiman said that Tourism Minister Michel Pharoan should launch a swift plan for this purpose, accompanied by a media campaign.Sleiman called on relevant officials to consider ways to open a road in Lebanon connecting the village to the country.
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