Key parliamentary elections are knocking at Lebanese doors. After a popular revolution that demanded change, and after years of collapse at various levels, the crossroads are approaching, the direction of which, will be determined by the votes of the voters, to chart the future of Lebanon over a period of four years. What do the citizens say with the start of the countdown?
General Manager of Statistics Lebanon Rabie Al-Haber does not underestimate the impact of the economic and social reasons that weigh on citizens’ concerns, and confirms that the accumulation of crises will negatively affect the voter participation rates.
In this context, Habr pointed out that the postponement of the elections for technical reasons was dropped, with the dropping of the “megacenter” issue, and there will be no postponement for local or external reasons, adding that expatriate votes have impressive results, but no more than 45 percent of those who registered to vote will participate.