Lebanon Elections 2022 is scheduled for May 6th and 8th for the diaspora and will be followed by the Election Day in Lebanon on May 12th.
Three countries in North America will have voting centers for the diaspora to vote: Canada, the United States, and Mexico, with the United States holding the largest number of centers (34), followed by Canada (10), and Mexico (2).
Registered voters should expect soon a link from the Lebanese Ministry of Interior and Municipalities for their electoral code, the address of their Polling Location, and the polling station number.
Voters are advised to check the website of their embassy in their country of residence for the link in case they don’t receive it by email.
Voters should ensure to have their Lebanese ID card (plastic) or a valid Lebanese passport (Biometric or blue Navy) to present at the polling station.
If your passport has expired, you can renew it the soonest to be able to cast your vote. These are being renewed “Strictly for Voting.”
Here is the list of the voting centers across North America:
Armenian Community Center, Hallcrown, Toronto, Ontario.
St. Charbel Antonin Maronite Catholic Church, Windsor, Ontario.
St. Elias Cathedral, Ridgewood Ave., Ottawa, Ontario.
Centre Melkite de Montréal, Boulevard de l’Acadie, Montréal, Québec.
L’ecole Armenienne Sourp Hagop, Rue Nadon, Montréal, Quebec.