Lebanese parliament fails to elect president for 4th time

TEHRAN, Oct. 24 (MNA) – The Lebanese parliament failed to elect a new president to replace long-time serving resident Michel Aoun.

This is the fourth time that the Lebanese lawmakers fail to elect a successor to President Michel Aoun, the Lebanese "elnashra" news website said on Monday.

Michel Moawad obtained 39 votes. In the previous meeting of the parliament, he obtained 42 votes. 50 votes were blank and 2 weere void and null.

The next meeting has been planned for October 27th.


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