Caretaker Minister of State Mohammad Fneish leaves the Parliament in Beirut, Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012. (The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir)
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Caretaker Minister of State Mohammad Fneish ruled out Wednesday the formation of an all-embracing government that excludes the Free Patriotic Movement, adding that his party, Hezbollah, would remain committed to the memorandum of understanding with its Christian political allies.Hopes of ending the government formation deadlock were raised earlier this month after former Prime Minister Saad Hariri agreed to join a Cabinet with Hezbollah.Hezbollah along with its March 8 allies have warned against the formation of a fait accompli Cabinet which Salam and Sleiman seem adamant on forming in the case talks fail.
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