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Fadi Karam: holding parliamentary elections before presidential one is a constitutional snag

BEIRUT | May 26, 2016, 10h00

Holding parliamentary elections before a presidential one is a constitutional snag, Lebanese Forces member, MP Fadi Karam, stressed during an interview on "Free Lebanon" radio station.

MP Karam added that the mixed law is contended by all political counterparts while he stressed on the necessity to hold parliamentary elections based on a new electoral law.

Karam said that many of Christian and Muslim sides have tried to put down the LF-FPM agreement because they have the power to impose their veto.

Commenting on the death of Mohamad Hujairy at the hand of Maarouf Hamiyeh, father of army martyr Mohammad Hamiyeh, he said that such approach was unacceptable despite the fact that he understood Hamiyeh's family conditions and ruled out a Sunni-Shiite strife regarding this matter.

He concluded that the security situation in general was stable, especially that there was a political decision for keeping things under control in addition to the ability of the security forces to control this matter.

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