Report: Hizbullah and Amal ministers resign

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November 11, 2006 18:29

 
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Hizbullah and Amal Cabinet ministers resigned from the Lebanese government on Saturday, Hizbullah's al-Manar TV Station said. Al-Manar said ministers from the Hizbullah guerrilla and the allied Shi'ite Muslim Amal party stated they were resigning because all-party talks have fallen through and the government was trying to impose conditions for negotiation on a new government. The TV announcement came after failure earlier Saturday of a weeklong attempt to agree on a Hizbullah demand for a national unity government.

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