Rai chairs a meeting in Bkirki attended by representatives of the leading Christian parties.
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The influential Maronite Church warned Sunday against attempts to marginalize Christians from key civil service posts, saying this amounted to a breach of the 1943 National Pact's rules on the distribution of public jobs equally between Muslims and Christians.Saturday's meeting was also attended by Father Tony Khadra, head of an institute affiliated with the Maronite Church that follows up the key posts allotted to Christians in the civil service.Responding to the Bkirki meeting, Khalil said he would not allow inequality against Christians at the Finance Ministry.He said he was committed to give the Christians "a weighty share" in the ministry's appointments.
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