An FPM delegation meets Speaker Nabih Berri, Friday, Dec. 16, 2016. (The Daily Star/Hasan Ibrahim, Parliament HO)
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The Free Patriotic Movement will launch a second stage of talks with rival factions to discuss a new Lebanese electoral law, MP Ibrahim Kanaan said Friday.Earlier this week, the FPM kicked off a tour on key political groups in Lebanon in an effort to separate the talks over a new electoral law from the Cabinet formation, which continues to face obstacles.Lebanese parties are divided between adopting a proportional vote law, or a hybrid electoral law that includes aspects of the proportional and winner-take-all systems.
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