MP Ibrahim Kanaan speaks during a press conference at the Parliament in Beirut, Friday, Aug. 22, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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The Lebanese Forces and Free Patriotic Movement are seeking to bridge gaps that separate the rival political groups, Change and Reform bloc MP Ibrahim Kanaan said Saturday.Rival factions are also in dispute over an electoral law which would replace the current 1960 majoritarian system which is disliked by many.LF chief Samir Geagea and the founder of the FPM Michel Aoun announced a declaration of intent in June last year to state their parties' common vision on what best serves Lebanon's Christians.
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