The Lebanese Cabinet. (The Daily Star/DalatiNohra)
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The Lebanese are waiting for the outcome of a new round of national dialogue among rival political leaders to find out if all the parties making up the government, particularly the Free Patriotic Movement and Hezbollah, would accept Prime Minister Tammam Salam's call for a Cabinet session Thursday.Both the FPM and Hezbollah have not yet said whether their ministers would attend Thursday's Cabinet session.Although during last month's national dialogue rival leaders agreed on the need to get the government functioning, parliamentary sources said Monday's talks would not be decisive for reactivating the Cabinet's work as Berri is hoping after the presidential election has been put on the back burner.
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