Elderly People Vote in Lebanon’s 2022 Parliamentary Elections

A number of elderly people headed to polling stations across Lebanon to cast their votes in Lebanon’s 2022 parliamentary elections.

Polling stations have opened across Lebanon for the 2022 parliamentary elections. Queues had started to form outside public schools where polling stations have been set up.

Since the early hours of Saturday, Lebanon entered a period of electoral silence in accordance with the legislative elections law. Ballot boxes were handed over to the heads of electoral centers.

Political party center in Haret Hreik, Baabda District

3,663,518 eligible voters will elect 128 Parliament members, with 718 Lebanese candidates are running for elections.

The electoral districts are divided as follow: 2 in Beirut, 4 in Mount Lebanon, 3 in North, 3 in Bekaa and 3 in South.

The vote, which ends at 7:00 p.m. could be decisive in determining the future of the country given the dire economic situation.

North Lebanon II (Tripoli, Minieh, Donniyeh) registered the largest number with 11 lists while the third district of Southern Lebanon registered the smallest number (3 lists). The Beirut II (Ras Beirut, Minet el Hosn, Dar El Mrayse, Mazraa, Msaytbe, Zkak El Blat, Bachoura, Port) registered ten lists while the Bekaa I (Zahle) came third with eight.

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