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Siniora plans to walk softly until presidential seat is filled

Lebanon’s prime minister said Monday his government would not make any “provocative,” moves in a sign that he would try to contain a political crisis in the divided country. Premier Fouad Siniora’s Cabinet assumed the powers of head of state Saturday after the term of former President Emile Lahoud ended with no agreement on his successor. The opposition, backed by Syria and led by Hizbullah, disputes the legitimacy of the anti-Syrian government and says it has no right to assume the powers of president. Full Story

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