Future Movement MP Ammar Houri. (Archive Photo/The Daily Star)
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Future MP Ammar Houri Tuesday snubbed Hezbollah's recent call for reactivating national dialogue, saying that dialogue was senseless while the party refuses to discuss the main points of contention.Houri asked in an interview with the Voice of Lebanon radio station.Hezbollah's military involvement in the Syrian conflict, the fate of the resistance's military arsenal and the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, are the main divisive issues between Future-led March 14 coalition and their rival March 8 camp.Commenting on a reported bid to break the stalemate undertaken by MP Walid Jumblatt and Speaker Nabih Berri, Houri said there was no clear initiative for agreeing on a compromise candidate to fill the country's top post.
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