Lebanon: Karami consultations to set up new gov't postponed till Tuesday
Consultations by Lebanese Prime Minister-designate Omar Karami to form a new government, scheduled for Monday, were postponed until Tuesday, a parliament statement said on Saturday.
The statement said that Karami, who was assigned last Thursday by President Emile Lahoud to establish the new government, will perform "consultations to form the government on Tuesday instead of Monday."
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