Lebanon’s elections are well known for their intricate political schemes and unorthodoxies.
In this election, and 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 for one more fateful blow against any tangible change shimmering under the debris.
Lebanon comprises 9 electoral districts, each with a varying number of seats for sectarian representation. For a more detailed look at the status quo, here’s the list of all the candidates in the South II District (Zahrany-Tyre).
Note: In the list below, LF stands for the Lebanese Forces Party headed by Samir Geagea, and Amal for the Amal Movement of Nabih Berriwho has been Speaker of the Parliament since 1992.