March 14 ministers inside the Parliament's assembly, Thursday, July 23, 2014 (The Daily Star/Lebanese Parliament,HO)
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As a result, the International Support Group for Lebanon has put the brakes on its assistance to Lebanon, assistance that was practically frozen anyway due to the absence of any authority to follow up and monitor the receipt of funds.The sources added that Lebanon's allies are indeed mobilizing to address the multiple crises facing the country, first among them the vacuum in the presidency, despite international preoccupation with the big regional issues such as Syria, Iraq and the Iranian nuclear program.Third, the source said, Lebanon cannot receive international aid until the presidential void is filled and state institutions are reactivated.
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