Future bloc MP Ahmad Fatfat attends a press conference at the Parliament in Beirut, Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2013. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Future MP Ahmad Fatfat Monday said the March 14 coalition welcomed any effort to achieve the presidential election but ruled out an early vote.Fatfat, however, saw no chance of an early election.Fatfat accused Hezbollah of having an "ultimate interest at this stage" to keep the presidential seat vacant in order to maintain their upper hand on Lebanon.Berri and Jumblatt had said Sunday that they were working together on a political compromise to break the presidential stalemate.Fatfat also hailed March 14's flexibility on the presidential election.
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