Lawmakers gather at Parliament in Beirut, Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2015. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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BEIRUT: A parliamentary committee tasked with drafting a new electoral law began meetings Monday with one mission on its agenda: making a voting law that would satisfy all Lebanese citizens.The talks are being held at Parliament in Nejmeh Square between Adwan, MP Michel Moussa from Speaker Nabih Berri's bloc, Hezbollah MP Ali Fayyad, Future bloc MP Serge Torsarkissian, MP Alain Aoun and MP Emile Rahme from the Free Patriotic Movement, March 14 independent MP Marwan Hamadeh, Tripoli MP Robert Fadel, Future MP Ahmad Fatfat and Kataeb MP Samer Saadeh.
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