File-Amal MP Hani Qobeisi arrives at the Parliament in Beirut, Thursday, March 20, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Amal Movement officials Sunday anticipated an extension of the current parliamentary term and echoed previous stances in favor of a proportional voting system, the National News Agency said.Teachers who will be deployed at the voting centers can only perform this task after the school year ends, Khalil added.He said that a proportional electoral law reflects the will of the voters. The Future movement, Lebanese Forces and Progressive Socialist Party have also proposed a hybrid law.
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