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be part of govt, political sources sayThe political scene in Lebanon after the parliamentary elections has been further shaken up by the recent U.S.-Gulf sanctions against Hezbollah, in addition to the long-standing listing of the party's political and military wings as terrorist organizations. Official sources told The Daily Star that the sanctions on Hezbollah would not impair the formation of a new government. Political sources pointed out that Hezbollah and its allies have asserted that there would be no direct impact from the sanctions on the smooth formation of the government.Such a step – unlike the sanctions against Hezbollah – could not be tolerated, sources said.
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