Activists hold banners in protest of the presidential election stalemate in Downtown Beirut on Thursday, May 15, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Activists Thursday expressed frustration at the presidential election stalemate by throwing tomatoes at a photo of Parliament just meters away from the General Assembly house, ridiculing the voting session as mere theatrics.Last year, activists threw tomatoes at the convoys of lawmakers while they were making their way to Parliament to vote on extending their mandate for 17 months.Activists gathered urged people to join their symbolic protest May 25, the day President Michel Sleiman's six-year term ends.
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