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Officials from Lebanon's three main Christian parties implied Saturday that their parliamentary blocs would not attend the first legislative sessions to be set in more than a year.The Free Patriotic Movement and Lebanese Forces, which are typically at odds, have been boycotting Parliament over the failure to pass a new electoral law and a law that could grant citizenship to the descendants of Lebanese who live outside the country. The Secretariat also added the citizenship law and a pay increase draft law to the agenda, but failed to include the electoral law.
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