Lebanon's Arabic press digest.
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Prime Minister Tammam Salam believes Lebanon will face an additional challenge as the Treasury is running out of sufficient funds allocated for the public sector.Prime Minister Tammam Salam insists on the need to uphold the government's Baabda Declaration, which calls for disassociating Lebanon from regional conflicts, particularly the Syria crisis.Social Affairs Minister Rashid Derbas told Al-Mustaqbal that Salam had rejected Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil's proposal for communication between the Lebanese and Syrian governments over the Syrian refugee crisis. Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri said the Lebanese Army and security agencies were the only remaining forces to defend Lebanon after paralysis hit the country's institutions.
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