Prime Minister Saad Hariri chairs a cabinet session Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2017 at the Grand Serail. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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The last Cabinet session of the year, to be held Tuesday, is set to tackle a proposal to expand Beirut's major landfills, as well as the Telecommunications Ministry's demand to extend the contracts of Lebanon's mobile service providers.In addition to endorsing legislation to kick-start the country's oil and gas sector, Cabinet this year also approved the 2017 state budget – Lebanon's first fiscal plan in 12 years – and endorsed a new electoral law based on proportional representation, the country's first.
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