Sources said the financial difficulties could soon affect other services.
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Palestinians are considering civil disobedience if the United Nations Relief and Works Agency doesn't back down on cuts to healthcare subsidies, Hamas Movement representative in Lebanon Ali Barakeh told The Daily Star.Barakeh said that Palestinian refugees should be given the freedom to choose which hospitals they want to go to and should not to be forced to choose ones that fall under a certain financial ceiling.Barakeh said they discussed the current situation and the cuts burdening refugees, adding that Meshaal was aware of the situation.In addition to discussing the impact of UNRWA's hospitalization measures, Abu Marzouk will hold talks with Lebanese and Palestinian officials on the general situation of Palestinians in Lebanon.The situation in the camps was also discussed with Meshaal, Barakeh said.
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