File photo of Speaker Nabih Berri.
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Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri said he won't back down from the "Army, resistance, people" tripartite, adding that the policy statement should include this equation even if Hezbollah chose to drop it.Hezbollah, which spearheads the March 8 alliance that includes Berri, has insisted that any policy statement must encompass the "Army, resistance, people," a formula rejected by rivals in the Future Movement-led March 14 coalition.Berri said the "Baabda Declaration," which is a key March 14 demand, can also be incorporated in the policy statement to be drafted after the new government is formed.
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