File -- Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea speaks during a news conference in Maarab.
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Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea Sunday accused the March 8 bloc of targeting the presidential seat in a clear bid at blaming his rivals in the Free Patriotic Movement of thwarting the election by ditching Parliament sessions.Some of the March 8 lawmakers, primarily MPs with FPM leader Michel Aoun's Change and Reform bloc, have boycotted the last two Parliament sessions to elect a new president in a bid to pressure their rivals to agree on a consensus candidate, while the March 14 coalition has stood by Geagea's nomination so far.
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