Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri delivers a speech during a dinner held by the Lebanese ambassador in his honor, in Kuwait, Sunday, Feb. 16, 2014.
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Speaker Nabih Berri Wednesday voiced readiness to show some flexibility regarding the Cabinet's policy statement on the condition that his rivals do so as well, saying the disputed resistance clause was needed to protect Lebanon's resources.Berri has said that March 8 compromised over the issue after they agreed to drop the tripartite formula of the "Army, the people and the resistance".During his meeting with MPs in Ain el-Tineh, Berri distributed international documents and U.N. statements confirming the right to armed struggle against an occupier.
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