Polling boxes were closed midnight on Sunday, Beirut time, in front of Lebanese voters in Britain, with a 75% voter turnout.
Since the early morning hours of Sunday, the Lebanese expatriate voting process for the Lebanese parliamentary elections was taking place in 48 countries around the world.
Three polling stations opened their doors to Lebanese voters registered in the United Kingdom to cast their votes in the second phase of the expatriate elections.
Lebanon’s Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Rami Mortada, hoped for a massive turnout in Lebanon’s parliamentary elections,
The voting consolidates one of the principles of democracy as citizens participate in making the political future of their country, especially in these circumstances,” Mortada told Unews Press Agency.
Mortada, said that “the ministry has allocated nine centers at the polling station inside the embassy, four at the Harward Centre, two in Manchester and one in Dublin.”
A registered 194,348 voters were eligible to cast their ballots at 192 polling stations around the world.