Supporters of the FPM protest in support of the Lebanese army in Beirut, Tuesday, July 17, 2012. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Free Patriotic Movement leader Michel Aoun urged a heavy turnout in a demonstration Friday that his group called for to demand a "road map" to end the country's political crisis.Last week, Aoun outlined what he described as a road map to break Lebanon's political crisis.Hale said he discussed with Salam the upcoming meeting of the International Support Group for Lebanon at the U.N. General Assembly later this month, and Wednesday's discussion of Lebanon in the Security Council.The U.N. Security Council Wednesday called on Lebanon's Parliament to elect a new president to help ease the political crisis which had fueled street protests in the country.A meeting about the crisis in Lebanon is expected to take place on the sidelines of the U.N. gathering of world leaders later this month.Except for Geagea, most leaders from across the political divide have so far welcomed Berri's call for an all-inclusive dialogue.MP Michel Musa, who handed the invitation to Geagea, said the LF leader would send a response to Berri early next week.
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