Lebanese politicians attend the national dialogue session in Ain al-Tineh, Wednesday, March 9, 2016. (The Daily Star/Lebanese Parliament Website, HO)
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A fresh national dialogue session ended Wednesday with rival political leaders inching closer toward a deal on reactivating the Parliament.Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri will be making contacts by the end of the week in an effort to resume legislative work.Parliament hasn't held a legislative session since November 2015 .Some leaders, however, urged tackling the presidential void before issuing a new electoral law.Among those who attended the 17th national dialogue session hosted by Berri at his Beirut residence included Progressive Socialist Party leader Walid Jumblatt, Marada Movement chief Sleiman Frangieh, and Future Bloc head Fouad Siniora.
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