From left, MPs Ghazi Zeaiter, Hasan Fadlallah and Ali Ammar leave the Parliament in Beirut, Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2013. (The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir)
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Hezbollah's parliamentary bloc reiterated Thursday the party's warning against forming a fait accompli Cabinet, saying the resistance group was still working to form an all-embracing Cabinet.Hezbollah and its allies in the March 8 group have warned against the formation of a fait accompli Cabinet, which fails to represent the country's main political factions.Hezbollah's second in command Sheikh Naim Qassem tied the fate of the presidential election to the formation of a new government, criticizing the logic behind a neutral Cabinet.
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