The political crisis in the country has reached a deadlock as the political foes remain holding on to their stances amid reports saying that President Michel Suleiman is seeking the consent of the rival parties on a suggestion to reshuffle Prime Minister Najib Miqati’s cabinet instead of collapsing it. Sources close to Hizbullah told al-Liwaa newspaper that Suleiman is suggesting a cabinet reshuffle based on dividing portfolios equally between the March 8 camp, the March 14-led opposition and the centrists. According to the newspaper, al-Mustaqbal parliamentary bloc MP Bahia Hariri, Independent MP Tammam Salam, Former Minister Elias Murr, and Internal Security Forces chief Maj. Gen. Ashraf Rifi would be handed government portfolios. [Link]