PSP leader Walid Jumblatt, left, and Lebanese Democratic Party leader Talal Arslan, right, attend a ceremony in Beirut, Monday, July 19, 2010. (The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir)
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The leaders of the Progressive Socialist Party and the Lebanese Democratic Party agreed on the need to keep the peace ahead of Lebanon's parliamentary elections, after supporters of the two groups reportedly engaged in an armed dispute.According to a statement from the PSP media office released Tuesday, PSP chief MP Walid Joumblatt and LDP head Minister for the Displaced Talal Arslan held a phone call during which they asserted mutual cooperation to foster a calm atmosphere for the May 6 elections.
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