Lawmakers from a Sunni independent group meet with Speaker Nabih Berri, Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018. (The Daily Star/HO)
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MP Walid Sukkarieh denied Wednesday that he and other Sunni MPs from outside the Future Movement were responsible for delaying the government's formation, saying it was up to the premier-designate to determine how the group would be represented in Cabinet.Hariri has staunchly refused to cede a seat from his own share in Cabinet to the group of Sunni MPs.In response to Hariri's threat to step down, both Berri and Hezbollah said they still supported Hariri to head the new government.
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