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5,182 polling stations

On Sunday May 6, 2018, Lebanese voters will head to polling locations in villages, towns and cities to cast their vote in the parliamentary elections. Based on the last elections, the number of polling stations is 5,182, distributed over the districts as follows:

- Beirut I District: 190

- Beirut II District: 424

- North Lebanon’s First District (Akkar): 388

- North Lebanon’s Second District (Trablous-Mennieh-Dennieh): 421

- North Lebanon’s Third District (Zgharta-Bsharri-Batroun-Koura): 420

- Mount Lebanon’s First District (Kessrouan-Jbeil): 298

- Mount Lebanon’s Second District (Matn): 285

- Mount Lebanon’s Third District (Baabda): 244

- Mount Lebanon’s Fourth District (Shouf-Aley): 493

- Beqa‘a First District (Zahle): 242

- Beqa‘a Second District (Western Beqa‘a-Rashaya): 196

- Beqa‘a Third District (Baalbeck-Hermel): 435

- South Lebanon’s First District (Saida-Jezzine): 180

- South Lebanon’s Second District (Zahrani-Sour): 389

- South Lebanon’s Third District (Nabatieh-Bint Jbeil-Marjeyoun-Hasbaya): 577

 



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