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Deliberations to form Lebanon's new government are expected to drag on until next week amid a new push to bolster Christian representation in the Cabinet.Caretaker Social Affairs Minister Wael Abu Faour, from the Progressive Socialist Party, also discussed efforts to form the new government with Sleiman at Baabda Palace.A source close to Berri told The Daily Star that if Aoun's ministers resign from the new government while ministers loyal to Sleiman, the Kataeb Party and the Marada Movement remain in their posts, then the speaker would consider the government to be legitimate as it would include Christian representation in accordance with the National Pact. The source said that in such an event, Berri would not ask his ministers to resign from the Cabinet.
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