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Hezbollah chief Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah Saturday emphasized that there is no alternative to all-inclusive talks between rival parties, in an apparent response to Future Movement Minister Nouhad Machnouk who is threatening to pull out of dialogue.In his second public appearance since Friday in Beirut's southern suburbs, Nasrallah called on political rivals not to wait for developments in the region to make decisions to end the standstill in Lebanon. The Future Movement and Hezbollah have engaged in a verbal spat triggered by Machnouk's speech last week, in which he said that the Future Movement would quit the government and withdraw from national dialogue if the Cabinet's work continued to be obstructed by the Free Patriotic Movement and Hezbollah.The March 14 alliance continuously accused the FPM and Hezbollah of obstructing the election of a new president to ensure the election of Aoun.Nasrallah made a rare public appearance Friday to mark the 10th night of the month of Muharram.
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