File - Head of the Democratic Gathering parliamentary bloc Walid Jumblatt in a news conference with MP Henry Helou. (The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir)
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The Democratic Gathering parliamentary bloc did not take a clear stance on the Lebanese Forces' decision to endorse Free Patriotic Movement leader Michel Aoun for the presidency after their weekly meeting Thursday, voicing their continued support for the bloc's candidate MP Henry Helou for the position.Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea announced on Monday during a joint press conference with Aoun from Maarab, Geagea's residence, the LF support for Aoun's presidential bid.He also denied in a televised interview Wednesday that his endorsement of Aoun's candidacy was in response to Future Movement leader Saad Hariri's support for Frangieh's nomination.
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