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Parliament today will postpone the presidential election after all candidates fail to get two-thirds of the vote by MPs in the first round, and with the second round not expected to achieve quorum.Sources, however, told An-Nahar that serious negotiations will kick off after today's parliamentary session to be followed by a flurry of talks with ambassadors whose countries are involved in the Lebanon dossier.No true presidential candidate in today's session, which will witness a competition between Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea and MP Henry Helou.Today's session will be more or less "ornamental" and not a true battle.
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