FPM leader Michel Aoun receives LF leader Samir Geagea in Rabieh, Tuesday, June 2, 2015. (The Daily Star/Charbel Nakhoul, HO)
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The meeting between Christian leaders Michel Aoun and Samir Geagea was the "perfect response" to all those who wagered on the failure of intra-Christian dialogue over the presidential impasse, a senior Free Patriotic Movement source told The Daily Star Wednesday.The source, who wished to remain anonymous, also revealed that FPM ministers would not be resigning from the Cabinet or boycotting sessions over the problematic issue of military appointments and spoke about a "third but tough choice". The source argued that Lebanese Forces leader Geagea's openness to Aoun's proposal to hold a referendum among Lebanon's Christians to pick the new president was "an extremely positive sign".The source also revealed that FPM ministers would neither resign from the government nor boycott sessions due to the spat over military appointments.
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