A national dialogue session was held at Speaker Nabih Berri's Ain el-Tineh residence on Wednesday to address the latest developments in the country.
Marada Movement leader MP Suleiman Franjieh revealed after the talks that the gatherers did not address the presidential deadlock.
Asked why by reporters, he replied: “Speaker Berri was the one steering discussions.”
He added that he is still running for the presidency, revealing that “his house is still open” to rival candidate Change and Reform bloc chief MP Michel Aoun.
Aoun was not present at the talks, but Foreign Minister Jebran Bassil represented him at the dialogue.
He left without making a statement.