AN-NAHAR: Three-day dialogue “title known from its first day”
Boroujerdi “on alert”
Palestinians against Saudi Arabia
ASSAFIR: No Iranian or international initiatives for Lebanon…
And candidates are lost
Interlocutors are embarrassed… and no “safe exit”!
AL-MUSTAQBAL: Consensus on Taif’s Constitution… talks about “world and hereafter” between Franjieh and Raad
THE DAILYSTAR: Leaders to tackle vote law with presidency stances intractable
—Rival political leaders will shift gears on the second day of national dialogue Wednesday to concentrate on a new voting system, a day after failing to make any breakthrough in the more than 2-year-old presidential deadlock.
The election of a president is the first and main topic on the agenda of the three successive national dialogue sessions that kicked off at Speaker Nabih Berri’s Ain al-Tineh residence in the presence of all the original top attendees from the dialogue’s September 2015 sessions except MP Michel Aoun, who was represented by his son-in-law, Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil.
Source: National News Agency