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Lebanese Prime Minister Tammam Salam is insistent on holding a Cabinet session on Thursday despite a Free Patriotic Movement decision to boycott the meeting, a minister said Wednesday after meeting with the premier.Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mohammad Fneish spoke with the Lebanese premier at the Grand Serail Wednesday afternoon in an attempt to convince him to postpone Thursday's session, but said that Salam was in support of the meeting taking place. Salam also contacted Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri, who said his Development and Liberation bloc agreed to attend the session.According to the Parliament's press office, both Berri and Salam agreed to delay any important decision in Thursday's meeting. However, Salam had told him that the session will be held "in principle," as the majority of ministers will be attending, including those from Hezbollah.
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