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Bracing for disappointment, many Beirutis say that a three-day national dialogue meeting set to start Tuesday will fail to produce any meaningful results.Ghida Hamieh, 27, further emphasized that there was no indication that Lebanon's political elite were more intent on finding a solution this time than in the past. She also said that even if a president were elected, neither Sleiman Frangieh nor Michel Aoun would address the people's needs. Despite the importance of a president, the country has remained without one for more than two years. A new electoral law is also a pressing concern, especially for those who one day hope to see new leaders in office who are disconnected from the current political class.
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