In principle, all Lebanese political forces agree that the country’s
much-sought-after political reform should come through the ratification
of a fair and balanced electoral law. This law would ensure a healthy
popular representation for the different Lebanese factions, guaranteeing
that representation in Parliament is active and effective.
But the best means to reach this aim are debatable. There are currently
two potential electoral laws that seem to be interesting officials.
These are proportional representation and the proposal suggested by the
Orthodox gathering, in which each sect elects its own representatives.
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