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Speaker Nabih Berri warned Friday that Lebanon's domestic situation was ill-equipped to handle any delays to the formation of a new government, as three parties called for the repeal of a controversial naturalization decree. After a sit-down with Berri, former Minister Wadih al-Khazen said that the speaker had insisted that the formation of a new government was a pressing need in the face of economic and social challenges.President Michel Aoun, Berri and Prime Minister-designate Saad Hariri met earlier this week at Baabda Palace to discuss the demarcation of disputed maritime and land borders between Lebanon and Israel.In a joint statement, the Lebanese Forces, the Kataeb Party and the Progressive Socialist Party called on Aoun to repeal a controversial naturalization decree and issue a new one.The three parties are calling on Aoun to annul the decree.
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