Aoun receives Geagea in Rabieh. (The Daily Star/Charbel Nakhoul, HO)
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After it looked for weeks that major Christian parties would boycott Parliament's legislative session, the Free Patriotic Movement and the Lebanese Forces announced Wednesday that they would participate.Parliament will establish a core committee to draft an electoral law.The Future Movement commits to boycott any session, after Thursday's, which does not have the electoral law on the agenda.Geagea and Aoun gained a promise that the electoral law would be discussed at a legislative session in addition to the approval of the nationality draft law during Thursday's session without any major amendments.While the Kataeb Party is maintaining its boycott, it announced that it would join Aoun and the LF in supporting the nationality law.
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