Hezbollah's deputy chief Sheik Naim Kassem, speaks during an interview with the Associated Press in Beirut's southern suburbs, Monday, June 28, 2010.(AP Photo/Grace Kassab)
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Hezbollah deputy leader Sheikh Naim Qassem said Sunday that the recent Syrian presidential election paved way for the postwar phase as he reiterated the call to elect a Lebanese president as soon as possible.On the domestic level, Qassem called on officials to prioritize three issues: the presidential election, the controversial wage hike and a new electoral law.The Hezbollah official also called for ending the controversy over the wage scale during Parliament's June 10 session.He also said that a new law for the parliamentary elections should be endorsed "based on proportional representation" before the term of Parliament ends in November.
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