Electoral Law Committee Convenes Away from Spotlightإقرأ هذا الخبر بالعربية
A parliamentary committee tasked with drafting a new electoral law resumed its meetings on Tuesday at Nejmeh Square but away from the media spotlight.
The attendees have agreed during the latest session held in November that it is better to keep the meetings secret in order to reach “better results.”
MP George Adwan of the Lebanese Forces, who spoke after the meeting then, said that the media will not be informed about the outcome .
The committee was formed to draft a new voting law that would garner the support of all Lebanese factions.
The ten-man panel consists of MPs Michel Moussa, Ali Fayyad, Alain Aoun, Adwan, Serge Toursarkissian, Marwan Hamadeh, Robert Fadel, Ahmed Fatfat, a representative of the Kataeb Party and another representing Marada Movement chief MP Suleiman Franjieh.
The committee has a two-month period limit to accomplish the goal.