Lawmakers attend Parliament session in Downtown, Beirut, Wednesday, July 23, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir)
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Lebanese politicians are in talks over means to extend Parliament's mandate once again, Health Minister Wael Abu Faour said in remarks published Saturday.Although several political figures have said that the November polls should be held on time, the lack of agreement and an initiative to discuss a new electoral law only means that the election will be postponed.Lebanon's Parliament extended its mandate by a period of 17 months in May of last year, when elections had been set for June 2013 . On Friday, Abu Faour sounded convinced that the Parliamentary election would not take place in November as scheduled.
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