File - Walid al-Bunni, spokesman of National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces, speaks during a press conference on December 27, 2012, in Istanbul. (AFP PHOTO/BULENT KILIC)
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The Syrian opposition-in-exile National Coalition will meet over the weekend in Istanbul to discuss restructuring moves and whether to accept the resignation of seven of its members.However, while pro-opposition media outlets have indicated the coalition had decided to accept the resignation of seven members, among them Kamal Labwani, the spokesperson denied this, saying the upcoming meeting would likely issue a decision on the matter.The spokesperson said that Labwani and six other members have tendered formal letters announcing their resignation from the coalition, and might see their requests formally accepted in Istanbul.
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