The statement released to several leading Lebanese newspapers was that the Lebanese cabinet hadn't reached a decision about ho to vote for the resolution. Indeed, it seemed the cabinet was deadlocked between the March 8 camp (Hezbollah and the FPM) who were in opposition of the resolution, and the March 14 camp (various others, majority in cabinet/government, allied to the west) who were partial to abstaining. In conclusion, it did not abstain solely because Hezbollah was in the government, but rather the intention of the majority was to abstain in order to oppose that camp. Come on.
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