Two activists holding a large banner against new Parliament extension: "No for extension, Yes for Proportional," in Beirut's Downtown, Saturday, May 6, 2017. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Activists rally against extension of Parliament, to demand proportional vote lawProtesters from the We Want Accountability civil society movement Saturday rallied outside the Parliament in Beirut's Downtown, demanding rivals to adopt a proportional electoral law.Nasrallah is not alone, as several other political figures oppose the decision to vote on an electoral law, with former Minister Wael Abu Faour Saturday warning of "deep division" if the electoral law was put to vote in the Cabinet or Parliament.Parliament has extended its term twice since 2013 .
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