Geagea says cabinet collapse will not lead to vacuum
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Geagea says cabinet collapse will not lead to vacuum

Beirut : Lebanon | Oct 23, 2012 at 11:29 AM PDT
Source: NOW Lebanon
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Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea on Tuesday rejected the notion that the cabinet's collapse would lead to political or security vacuum in the country. It is not true that collapsing the cabinet will lead to a vacuum, Geagea said in a press conference. FULL ARTICLE AT NOW Lebanon
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Christian Lebanese Forces Party Leader Samir Geagea (R) attends a session of the national dialogue
Christian Lebanese Forces Party Leader Samir Geagea (R) attends a session of the national dialogue
 
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