Prime Minister Tammam Salam heads a Cabinet meeting at the Grand Serail in Beirut, Tuesday, June 3, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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The sources said Salam will only call for a session if agreement was reached over an array of pending issues -- including extra-budgetary spending, the appointment of deans to the Lebanese University's council and the salaries of civil servants.The sources said Salam was convinced that some components of his government sought to impede the work and productivity of the Cabinet.The sources said that Salam had no intention to raise the issue of holding Cabinet sessions with any of the parties, adding that Salam refused to hold counterproductive government sessions.
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