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The March 8 group began hinting that it would not attend the session on the basis of "either our candidate or no quorum," while the March 14 coalition has not yet reached a consensus on a single candidate.An-Nahar obtained information saying that the session would be held but no candidate would win the majority of the votes while the second parliamentary session might not be held unless there were a candidate that everyone agreed on. While the March 14 coalition is racing with time to agree on a single candidate before Wednesday's session, talk has surfaced that the first parliamentary session might not even convene.
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