The March 14 has backed Geagea’s nomination while Aoun remains the March 8 group’s undeclared candidate for the country’s top Christian post. (The Daily Star/Aldo Ayoub, HO)
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The LF said it was "unfair" to portray Geagea as part of a conflict with Aoun that lead to the presidential deadlock.The March 14 has backed Geagea's nomination while Aoun remains the March 8 group's undeclared candidate for the country's top Christian post.Aoun and some of his allies in the March 8 including Hezbollah have boycotted nine out of 10 Parliamentary sessions to elect a new president, arguing that the meetings are futile in the absence of an agreement on a consensus candidate.
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