Parliamentary elections 2018 Elections Day 6 May 2018 ; Live Events and Results

The biggest Block emerging from the election will be

  • Strong Lebanon

    Votes: 40 55.6%
  • LF

    Votes: 2 2.8%
  • Kataeb

    Votes: 2 2.8%
  • Civil Society

    Votes: 6 8.3%
  • FM

    Votes: 17 23.6%
  • Amal

    Votes: 8 11.1%
  • HA

    Votes: 10 13.9%
  • Jumblat

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Marada

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Mikati

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Others

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    72
LVV

LVV

Well-Known Member
The big day is coming
6 May first elections since 2009
Proportional votes for the first time in Lebanon
 
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    freelebanonn

    Legendary Member
    If you are not counting amal & hizbullah together it should be between strong lebanon and FM.
     
    Aoune32!

    Aoune32!

    Well-Known Member
    Agree
    Exited about votes
    It’s totally different with PMA as President
    @LVV
    we need action man. not just words.
    Look at the christians in the electoral list. we want the 94 revoked with or without Hariri.
     
    AtheistForJesus

    AtheistForJesus

    Well-Known Member
    @LVV Will Jame3a Islemiyeh be part of the Strong Lebanon bloc?
     
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    wdawle1

    Member
    In 2009 expectation was M8 wins M14 loses, Hariri made big win. 2018 wont be different, same storyline expectation that Hariri is going to lose most etc etc.He will end up winning the most. Hariri money, backing from Saudi Arabia ensures him that.Same way HA being backed by Iran.

    In regards to us, I think keeping 22 will be tough.I expect 15 - 18. Unfortunately many of our voters are voting for those scums ( koulna watani). I expect more division in christian street.
     
    LVV

    LVV

    Well-Known Member
    In 2009 expectation was M8 wins M14 loses, Hariri made big win. 2018 wont be different, same storyline expectation that Hariri is going to lose most etc etc.He will end up winning the most. Hariri money, backing from Saudi Arabia ensures him that.Same way HA being backed by Iran.

    In regards to us, I think keeping 22 will be tough.I expect 15 - 18. Unfortunately many of our voters are voting for those scums ( koulna watani). I expect more division in christian street.
    I think 23/27
     
    Lebnaouneh

    Lebnaouneh

    Well-Known Member
    I think 23/27
    Same, and even if koulouna watani pulls a major surprise with taking hesitant aounist votes, there are still enough confirmed ones to have 20 in the worst case scenario
     
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    wdawle1

    Member
    I think 23/27
    Not sure, I am working hard to convince ex-aounists to vote for us. But many of people I know are voting koulna watani. This forum itself would have more activity if the ones in 2009 - 2005 were still with us.
     
    LVV

    LVV

    Well-Known Member
    Not sure, I am working hard to convince ex-aounists to vote for us. But many of people I know are voting koulna watani. This forum itself would have more activity if the ones in 2009 - 2005 were still with us.
    Anyway may 6 is very near
     
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