They tried to undermine it in various ways, given what it constituted as a crucial factor in the parliamentary elections for democratic accountability and bringing about the desired change.
Today, the expatriate elections are making their way to start on the next Friday and Sunday in fifty-eight countries. How are the expatriates preparing for the parliamentary elections?
For his part, Tony Obeid, who resides in Australia, confirmed that the Lebanese community in Australia is waiting for the election day with great enthusiasm.
As for Muhammad Kilo, a Lebanese resident in Sweden, he expressed his desire to vote, but he considered the distance of the polling station from his place of residence as an obstacle to him…
As for Muhammad Ghosn, he was adamant about his participation in the elections, but he feared that it would coincide with Eid al-Fitr.
Today, the eyes are turning towards the expatriates and their voting… Awaiting the internal elections on the fifteenth of May.