Prime Minister Tammam Salam speaks during a press conference at the Presidential Palace in Baabda, Saturday, Feb. 15, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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After 10 debilitating months waiting for the formation of a new government in Lebanon, politicians Monday got down to the business of drafting a policy statement.The government of Prime Minister Tammam Salam has only a limited time in office, due to May's presidential election, and thus only a limited amount of time to achieve results. Compromises were made by both sides to form the new government, and compromises should be expected if the policy statement is to be completed quickly, and implemented forcefully.
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