. Enter your information and find out where your “alam” or polling station is.
#2 Do not forget to bring your ID or a valid Lebanese passport
Or else you won’t be allowed to vote.
#3 Make sure you know about the new voting process
The ballot contains the list of candidates. You can vote for a list, or a list and your favorite candidate of that list.
You can vote only for one list.
You can vote for a whole list or one candidate within a list.
You can vote for a whole list and tick a preferential vote within that list.
If you voted for a list and ticked a preferential vote within another list, your vote for the list will count.
Your vote will not count if:
If you did not vote for a list or a candidate.
If you voted for many lists or to candidates that belong to different lists.
If you draw symbols or write words on the ballot.
#4 There might be traffic, so plan accordingly
An option would be taking a cab instead of driving a car because finding a parking spot near the polling station might be hard especially if it’s located in Beirut. Make the right choice! Good luck!
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