FILE- MP Joseph Maalouf speaks during a press conference in Maarab, Monday, Oct. 22, 2012. (The Daily Star/Aldo Ayoub, HO)
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Lebanese Forces MP Joseph Maalouf Sunday raised fears over the state witnessing complete paralysis following the Kataeb party's recent decision to leave the Cabinet.The aforementioned three parties are backing a hybrid law, which would see 60 MPs elected on the basis of proportional representation, and the remaining 68 MPs on a winner-take-all system.Another draft vote law on the table, presented by Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri, adopts another hybrid electoral law in which 64 MPs would be elected on the basis of proportional representation and the remaining 64 on a majoritarian system.
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