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Hundreds of protesters marched in Beirut Sunday to demand reforms to Lebanon's electoral system, including the adoption of a proportional vote law.Many fear that if the electoral law is not agreed upon, the elections might be held according to the current law or further delayed.The current 1960 law is a sectarian-based majoritarian electoral law that divides Lebanon into small- and medium-sized constituencies.During the gathering at Riad al-Solh, a speaker read a statement on behalf of the activists demanding a proportional voting law with large electoral constituencies and to endorse electoral reforms to ensure democratic elections.
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