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Saturday, November 11, 2006 

Sinora rejects ministers' resignations

Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Siniora has developed a new way to stop his government from collapsing: reject the resignations of the five Hizbollah and Amal ministers.

He says he won't accept the move "even if he receives the formal written resignations".

His next tactic is to cry.

Ok, what's next? He will force them to go to work? He will send someone to wake each one of them up and send them to their office? When will he learn that he should cooperate with not comfort Hizbullah..

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