The Lebanese Voters’ Turnout Reached 48.95% In African Countries, Here Are The Details

The Lebanese diaspora in African countries cast their ballots on Sunday, May 8th, with a turnout of almost 50% of the registered voters in the 2022 parliamentary elections.

According to the state-run National News Agency (NNA), the turnout was as follows:

  • Togo: 107 voters or 23.36 percent.
  • Gabon: 501 voters with a rate of 59.08 percent.
  • Cameroon:132 voters or 57.89 percent.
  • Congo: 351 voters or 61.26 percent.
  • Morocco: 122 voters or 49.19 percent.
  • Anguilla: 146 voters or 43.98 percent.
  • Benin: 330 voters, or 63.71 percent.
  • Burkina Faso: 155 people with a percentage of 52.90
  • Senegal: 405 voters or 57.28 percent.
  • The Democratic Republic of the Congo: 509 voters or 59.53 percent.
  • South Africa: 156 voters or 38.42 percent.
  • Sierra Leone: 375 voters or 51.80 percent.
  • Ghana: 513 voters or 50.69 percent.
  • Guinea: 210 voters or 39.47 percent.
  • Côte d’Ivoire: 2801 voters, or 46.14 percent.
  • Liberia: 105 voters or 27.93 percent.
  • Nigeria: 1,300 voters or 50.39 percent.
  • Zambia: 175 voters or 42.79 percent.
  • Mali: 166 voters or 52.37 percent.

Total: 8,559 voters, or 48.95 percent

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The Lebanese Voters' Turnout Reached 48.95% In African Countries, Here Are The Details

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