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The Future Movement and Hezbollah held a new round of talks Tuesday, voicing their support for dialogue between rival factions in an attempt to cope with the country's political and security challenges.Tuesday's dialogue session was held amid renewed tension between the Future Movement and Hezbollah over the party's involvement in the fighting against Islamist militants in Syria's Qalamoun mountain range, which straddles Lebanon's eastern border.While a Free Patriotic Movement delegation met Tuesday with lawmakers from Speaker Nabih Berri's parliamentary bloc and Marada Movement leader MP Sleiman Frangieh as part of calls on blocs to promote Aoun's presidential proposal, the initiative was dismissed by Kataeb party chief Amine Gemayel and a Future MP.Future MP Ammar Houri also criticized Aoun's initiative, saying his party was working with Hezbollah toward a breakthrough in the presidential deadlock.The FPM is in full understating with Frangieh with regard to Aoun's initiative, MP Nabil Nicolas from Aoun's bloc said after the meeting.
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