Here’s The Full List Of Who’s Running In the Mount Lebanon II (Metn) District In Lebanon’s Elections


With the rise of revolutionary youths, driven by the existential need for deep change in the political arena, many traditional parties are reorganizing their electoral skills to face what is materializing as a tough challenge to their long-standing ruling status in parliament.

Lebanon’s elections are well known for their intricate political schemes and unorthodoxies, and this time might not be different, other than the determination of the new free-voices rising from the misgovernance-created crises to bring radical changes.

Lebanon comprises 9 electoral districts, each with a varying number of seats for sectarian representation. Here’s the list of all candidates in the Mount Lebanon II district (Metn) for a more detailed look at the status quo:

Note: In the list below, LF stands for the Lebanese Forces Party and FPM for the Free Patriotic Movement of Gebran Bassil.

Candidate NameSectElectoral List
Gregor Joseph MardikianArmenian Orthodox Metn the Change (Kataeb)
Rima Fouad NoujaimGreek Catholic Metn the Change (Kataeb)
Samir Michel SalibaGreek OrthodoxMetn the Change (Kataeb)
Elias HankachMaroniteMetn the Change (Kataeb)
Mona SukkarMaroniteMetn the Change (Kataeb)
Samy GemayelMaroniteMetn the Change (Kataeb)
Simon Bou FadelMaroniteMetn the Change (Kataeb)
Shant Harand SarafianArmenian OrthodoxSovereigntists of the Metn
Alfred Emile RiachiGreek CatholicSovereigntists of the Metn
Shadi Joseph BecharaGreek Orthodox Sovereigntists of the Metn
Paul NakouziMaroniteSovereigntists of the Metn
Romanos RaadMaroniteSovereigntists of the Metn
Wael Richard SaqrMaroniteSovereigntists of the Metn
Ara Rafi BardakjianArmenian Orthodox The Free Metn (LF)
Melhem RiachiGreek CatholicThe Free Metn (LF)
Hani SalibaGreek OrthodoxThe Free Metn (LF)
Farid ZeinounMaroniteThe Free Metn (LF)
Rachid Khalil Abou JaoudeMaroniteThe Free Metn (LF)
Razi al-HajjMaroniteThe Free Metn (LF)
Salim Ibrahim JalkhMaroniteThe Free Metn (LF)
Hagop Ohannes PakradounianArmenian OrthodoxTogether We Are Stronger
Lea Michel Bou ShayaGreek CatholicTogether We Are Stronger
Joyce Edmond JamalGreek Orthodox         Together We Are Stronger
Michel MurrGreek Orthodox         Together We Are Stronger
Antoine KhalilMaroniteTogether We Are Stronger
Maroun George RizkallahMaroniteTogether We Are Stronger
Maroun Pharaoun Abou DiwanMaroniteTogether We Are Stronger
Randa Abdallah AbboudMaroniteTogether We Are Stronger
Lucien Gerges Bou RjeiliGreek CatholicTowards the State
Shaden MaaloufGreek OrthodoxTowards the State
Jad GhosnMaroniteTowards the State
Miriam JaberMaroniteTowards the State
Verena Rashad El AmilMaroniteTowards the State
Ricardo MalakianArmenian OrthodoxWe Were and Will Remain for Metn (FPM)
Edgar MaaloufGreek CatholicWe Were and Will Remain for Metn (FPM)
Elias Bou SaabGreek OrthodoxWe Were and Will Remain for Metn (FPM)
Ibrahim KanaanMaroniteWe Were and Will Remain for Metn (FPM)
Nasri Bek Nasri LahoudMaroniteWe Were and Will Remain for Metn (FPM)

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