Lawmakers attend Parliament session in Downtown Beirut, Wednesday, May 14, 2014. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Lawmakers from the March 14 coalition said Wednesday that they would boycott any legislative sessions of Parliament if there was a vacuum in the presidential post.Zahra said that MPs from other parties would join the LF lawmakers in their boycott.Previous efforts by lawmakers last year to agree on a new vote law hit a dead end, with MPs instead extending Parliament's term until November 2014 .Meanwhile, the Special Tribunal for Lebanon's hearing for journalists was still being debated in Parliament as a Hezbollah lawmaker and Future MP traded remarks on the tribunal's legality.
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