Future movement bloc MPs attend a meeting in Beirut, Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2014. (The Daily Star/Dalati Nohra, HO)
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The Future bloc said Wednesday the victims of Beirut's southern suburbs are paying the price of Hezbollah's involvement in Syria and demanded the formation of a Cabinet made up of nonpartisan ministers.The bloc also commented on the recent assassination of former Minister Mohammad Shatah, saying the perpetrators behind the Dec. 27 killing were the same as those who committed the 2005 murder of Rafik Hariri. The parliamentary bloc also reiterated its implicit accusation against Syria and Hezbollah for the assassination of Shatah, a veteran diplomat and former senior aide of PM Saad Hariri.The bloc also vowed to confront Hezbollah's arms through civil resistance.
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