Frangieh disagreed with Aoun over the parliamentary elections, citing an agreement between Christian leaders to refuse to hold the vote under the 1960 election law.
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A new president for Lebanon requires Syrian President Bashar Assad's blessing, Marada Movement leader Sleiman Frangieh said.Frangieh appeared to disagree with Aoun, who proposed in a recent television interview to hold parliamentary elections amid a presidential void.Parliamentary elections are now scheduled for September, but the ongoing presidential vacuum, which has also crippled Parliament and the Cabinet, has thrown the possibility of holding the vote on time into question.
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