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The source added that Hariri and Aoun's meeting, in addition to Aoun's meeting with Machnouk, also revolved around the electoral law.According to the source, no parliamentary elections will be held in June under the current 1960 law, adding that there will be no extension to Parliament's term. There are also inclinations toward forming a ministerial committee to draft an election law that would be composed of Industry Minister Hussein Hajj Hasan, Bassil, and Telecommunications Minister Jamal Jarrah. A similar meeting has taken place before. If no agreement is reached by the Cabinet, which is expected at its first meeting to agree and prepare the electoral law and send it to Parliament for approval, then Aoun will have a new stance on that issue.
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