Hariri speaks during a dinner in the Bekaa Valley on Saturday, December 06, 2014. (The Daily Star/Stringer)
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A top Future Movement official launched an internal dialogue over the weekend with the party's base in the Bekaa Valley, hoping to roll back Hezbollah's influence in the region and to promote an anticipated dialogue with the party.Hariri's meetings focused on the need to mobilize the Future Movement in the Bekaa in order to rebuild the party's influence in light of the rise of extremist movements.Hariri told visitors of the need for dialogue but also stressed that the Future Movement does not trust Hezbollah, and that the dialogue may eventually reach a stalemate.
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