Lebanese parliament unlikely to convene to elect army chief president
Parliament once more failed on Friday to meet on electing a new president, as Lebanon's factions deadlocked over a tangle of related issues, including an amendment to the constitution and the shape of a future government. After the 128-member body failed to reach the needed two-thirds quorum to meet, Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri put off the session until Tuesday.
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