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Political life in Lebanon today is against the backdrop of the upcoming parliamentary elections, with candidates looking to convince political parties and voters of their previous accomplishments and future potential.However, the source did not rule out a crisis in forming a government in view of the rift between Berri and Bassil.However, senior FPM political sources said they have encountered many difficulties in dealing with Berri, especially with regards to reforms within the state and bills proposed by the FPM's Change and Reform bloc in Parliament, which was headed by President Michel Aoun. The next government will be considered Aoun's first government of his term.
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