Lebanese Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri, speaks during the opening session of the National Dialogue, in the Parliament building, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)
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Speaker Nabih Berri Tuesday chaired a meeting in which the Parliament's Secretariat discussed the agenda of a possible legislative session, which he is determined to hold despite a political standstill.They failed to adopt the session agenda but will hold another meeting Nov. 3, after the national dialogue session. Kanaan and Lebanese Forces lawmaker Elie Keyrouz had written the citizenship draft law at Parliament on behalf of their parties.Antoine Zahra told reporters after the meeting that his party and the FPM insist on adding the new electoral law and the citizenship draft law to the agenda of any upcoming session, which was criticized by Torsarkissian, who urged swift solutions to the trash crisis before discussing any other matter.The secretariat's meeting was headed by Berri in presence of Makari and Parliament Secretary General Adnan Daher.
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