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Pharaon: Dialogue prevents collapse
 
 
 
 
 
 
01-02-2016
 
Tourism Minister Michel Pharaon lamented on Sunday the failure to discuss the presidential file at the last meeting of the national dialogue, asserting that only through dialogue can the Lebanese safeguard themselves from the collapse of the state.

He hoped that a head of state would be elected during the session on February 8. He pressed for talks to expand and include all political powers, particularly that represented by former PM Saad Hariri, whose participation he deemed "vital" for any agreement.

"We hope to move to a new era with domestic and external coverage through the election of a president and formation of a new cabinet," said Pharaon, hoping for approval of a new electoral law that could yield a productive parliament, so that Constitutional and political institutions get revived.

Pharaon said that "the political crisis is reflected in the economic sector," stressing that "the dialogue table is a sedative for pain resulting from presidential vacuum. It prevents damage caused by the blocking of government."

It is to note that the Minister had left Beirut heading to Saudi Arabia to hold discussions with Hariri concerning the presidential matter.
 
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