Prime Minister Tammam Salam leaves the Parliament in Beirut, Thursday, June 19, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir)
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The Cabinet approved Thursday a mechanism to govern its work in light of the presidential void, as Prime Minister Tammam Salam stressed that all government decisions would be consensus based.Speaking after chairing the session at the Grand Serail, Salam said that none of the Cabinet's decisions would be put to vote, but all should win unanimous backing by all government parties.Salam said that the session's agenda would be distributed to ministers 96 hours ahead of the session's scheduled time.Salam said that in case a Cabinet party demanded more time to study a certain item, he would propose the request in the upcoming Cabinet session.Salam urged media outlets to be careful when covering such security events.
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