File - Free Patriotic Movement leader Michel Aoun (L) talks to Samir Geagea, leader of the Lebanese Forces, at Beirut Airport while waiting to fly to Qatar May 16, 2008. REUTERS/ Khalil Hassan
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The Lebanese Forces and the Free Patriotic Movement, Lebanon's largest Christian parties, are working on holding a meeting between their two leaders in a bid to end the presidential impasse, officials from both groups said Thursday.Last week, Geagea said he was ready to meet FPM leader Michel Aoun at his Rabieh residence if he had a serious proposal to end the presidential impasse, now in its seventh month.Aoun said in remarks published by a local newspaper Thursday that he would meet Geagea soon in the hope of ending the presidential dispute. MP Alain Aoun, from Aoun's FPM, said the meeting would be an attempt to end inter-Christian divisions over the presidency which has kept the country's top Christian post vacant for over six months.
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