File - Hezbollah MP Nawaf Musawi arrives at the Parliament in Beirut, Lebanon. (The Daily Star)
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An agreement between Hezbollah and the March 14 coalition over the Cabinet policy statement has to overcome several obstacles, which might outnumber the fortifications the party has erected around its headquarters in the Beirut southern suburbs.Thus, Hezbollah officials believe that a Cabinet policy statement legitimizing resistance should go without saying and is not up for negotiation.The source denied that Hezbollah was obstructing an agreement over the Cabinet's policy statement.The source said that Hezbollah would not discuss extending or renewing Sleiman's term, adding that the party supported the Constitution by electing a new president on time.
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