President Michel Aoun meets Defense Minister Yaacoub Sarraf at the Baabda Palace, Friday, May 19, 2017. (The Daily Star/Dalati&Nohra, HO)
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Work is ongoing on a new vote law that meets the aspirations of the Lebanese, President Michel Aoun said Friday.Negotiations to forge a new electoral law have been thrown into limbo as a result of lingering differences among rival factions over what voting legislation to adopt to govern the upcoming parliamentary elections.Lebanese officials are struggling to draft a new electoral law to replace the controversial 1960 majoritarian system and set the stage for parliamentary elections, the first since 2009 .
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