File- Former President Amin Gemayel speaks during a press conference in Beirut, Monday, May 18, 2015. (The Daily Star/Dalati Nohra, HO)
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Kataeb leader Amine Gemayel and another March 14 official Tuesday dismissed Free Patriotic Movement chief Michel Aoun's proposals to end the presidential deadlock.Aoun is the candidate of the March 8 coalition, which has been boycotting the presidential election for the last year, arguing that the president should represent a partisan popular base and not a political compromise.Aoun has recently proposed to solve the presidential vacuum by referring to popular polls. Future Movement MP Ammar Houri Tuesday also criticized Aoun's initiative and said his party is working with Hezbollah toward a breakthrough in the yearlong presidential deadlock. Aoun proposed four options to solve the presidential vacuum:
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