As Lebanon’s parliament continues to debate a new electoral law, the so-called Orthodox Gathering proposal, whereby each religious sect would elect its own representatives, has been aborted due to disagreements among Christian parties.
The Lebanese parliament remains incapable of putting forth legislation amid prevailing uncertainty about the electoral law and the standing Taif Agreement, which influence the representation of different sects in the government.
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