Abu Faour: “Any attempt to sideline Taif could lead the country into huge constitutional, political and security shafts.” (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Social Affairs Minister Wael Abu Faour Friday said talks between Speaker Nabih Berri and the Future Movement had so far been successful in resolving a series of disputes, including over extra-budgetary spending, and could possibly end the presidential paralysis.Previous governments issued extra-budgetary spending, which Khalil said should be retroactively legalized via a Parliament law.Abu Faour also sounded confident that the Parliamentary election would not take place in November as scheduled.
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