Abu Faour said neither his party nor any other political group sought to disrupt the Cabinet’s work. (The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir)
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Health Minister Wael Abu Faour said Tuesday that his party sought qualified deans in the Lebanese University council, justifying its abstaining from approving the LU decree and urging the prime minister to convene Cabinet.Salam had said he would refrain from calling for a Cabinet session due to lingering differences among ministers over key issues, such as extra-budgetary spending and the LU contract professors.The Cabinet postponed discussion on the long-awaited LU decree, which includes two vital items – employing contract professors as full-timers and appointing deans to the university council.The Cabinet had initially approved giving full-time status to the LU contract professors.
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