File - Prime Minister Tammam Salam heads the ministerial committee meeting at the Grand Serail in Beirut, Friday, Feb. 28, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir)
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The struggle to produce a policy statement by the members of Lebanon's government is threatening to do away with all of the relief that resulted when Prime Minister Tammam Salam and a new Cabinet team were finally able to take up their duties.By allowing the dispute over the policy statement to drag on, certain politicians are behaving cavalierly with Lebanon's short- and medium-term future. By failing to settle the policy statement impasse, politicians risk plunging the country into the unknown.
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