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bility of resigning. "I don't really see that this will bring any better outcome for this country at this point. Not that a person is indispensable or irreplaceable. I don't believe in this. We are all human beings and there are many great guys in this country that can one day become prime ministers. But, given the circumstances right now, I think it will not do good that I step down at this point. I have to think about it."

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