Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri speaks during a rally to commemorate the 34th anniversary of the disappearance of Imam Musa Sadr in the southern town of Nabatieh, Friday, Aug. 31, 2012. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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Speaker Nabih Berri's call for a national dialogue meant to end the 15-month presidential deadlock and get Parliament and the government functioning gained more support Monday from Hezbollah and MP Walid Jumblatt, who said that inter-Lebanese talks were the only way to overcome challenges.Hezbollah threw its weight fully behind Berri's initiative.In welcoming the dialogue call, Jumblatt said Berri's initiative was the only way for Lebanon to overcome "difficult challenges".The Kataeb Party implicitly praised Berri's initiative.
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