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Lebanon Elections 2018: The Electoral Districts and Number of Voters
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The division of constituencies and voters in each district based on the new electoral law
The country will be divided into 15 electoral constituencies (comprising one or more districts/Qadaa) as follows:
- Beirut will be divided into two districts comprising Ashrafieh, Rmeil, Mdawar, and Saifi; and Ras Beirut, Dar al-Marisah, Mina al-Hosn, Zaqqat al-Balat, Mazra'a, Musaytbah, Al Marfaa, and Bashoura.
- Mount Lebanon will be divided into four districts comprising Jbeil and Keserwan; Metn; Baabda; and Chouf and Aley.
- South Lebanon will be divided into three districts comprising Sidon and Jezzine; Tyre and Zahrani, and Nabatiyeh, Marjayoun, Hasbayya, and Bint Jbeil.
- The Beqaa will be divided into three districts comprising Baalbek and Hermel; Zahle; and West Beqaa and Rashaya.
- North Lebanon will be divided into three districts comprising Akkar; Tripoli and Minieh-Danniyeh; Zgharta, Koura, Batroun, and Bsharre.
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