Parliamentary elections 2018 [FAQ] Lebanon elections 2018 frequently asked questions and important dates

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Mighty Goat

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لوائح انتخابات 2018


27 مارس، 2018

الانتخابات اللبنانية النيابية 2018



بلغ عدد اللوائح المسجلة حتى منتصف ليل الإثنين – الثلاثاء 77 لائحة موزعة على كافة المناطق اللبنانية على الشكل الآتي:
  • بيروت الأولى 5 لوائح
  • بيروت الثانية 9 لوائح
  • دائرة عكار 6 لوائح
  • دائرة طرابلس المنية الضنية 8 لوائح
  • دائرة البترون بشري الكورة زغرتا 4 لوائح
  • دائرة زحلة 5 لوائح
  • دائرة البقاع الغربي راشيا 3 لوائح
  • دائرة بعلبك الهرمل 5 لوائح
  • دائرة صيدا جزين 4 لوائح
  • دائرة صور الزهراني 2 لوائح
  • دائرة النبطية بنت جبيل حاصبيا مرجعيون 6 لوائح
  • دائرة كسروان جبيل 5 لوائح
  • دائرة المتن 5 لوائح
  • دائرة بعبدا 4 لوائح
  • دائرة الشوف عاليه 6 لوائح
للإطلاع على التفاصيل وأسماء اللوائح والمرشحين إضغط هنا لتحميل ملف الpdf
اللوائح هي:
دائرة البقاع الأولى
  • الكتلة الشعبية
  • زحلة قضيتنا
  • زحلة للكل
  • زحلة الخيار والقرار
  • كلنا وطني
دائرة البقاع الثانية
  • الغد الأفضل
  • المجتمع المدني
  • المستقبل للبقاع الغربي وراشيا
  • الأرز الوطني
دائرة البقاع الثالثة
  • الأمل الوفاء
  • الإنماء والتغيير
  • المستقلة
  • لائحة الكرامة والإنماء
دائرة الجنوب الأولى
  • التكامل والكرامة
  • صيدا وجزين معاً
  • قدرة التغيير
  • لكل الناس
دائرة الجنوب الثانية
  • الأمل والوفاء
  • معاً نوع التغيير
دائرة الجنوب الثالثة
  • الأمل والوفاء
  • الجنوب يستحق
  • شبعنا حكي
  • صوت واحد للتغيير
  • فينا نغير
  • كلنا وطني
دائرة الشمال الأولى
  • القرار لعكار
  • المستقبل لعكار
  • عكار القوية
  • قرار عكار
  • لبنان السيادة
  • نساء عكار
دائرة الشمال الثانية
  • العزم
  • القرار المستقل
  • الكرامة الوطنية
  • المجتمع المدني المستقل
  • المستقبل للشمال
  • قرار الشعب
  • كلنا وطني
  • لبنان السيادة
دائرة الشمال الثالثة
  • الشمال القوي
  • كلنا وطني
  • معاً للشمال ولبنان
  • نبض الجمهورية القوية
دائرة بيروت الأولى
  • الوفاء لبيروت
  • بيروت الأولى
  • بيروت الأولى القوية
  • كلنا وطني
  • نحنا بيروت
دائرة بيروت الثانية
  • البيارتة المستقلين
  • المستقبل لبيروت
  • المعارضة البيروتية
  • بيروت الوطن
  • صوت الناس
  • كرامة بيروت
  • كلنا بييروت
  • لبنان حرزان
  • وحدة بيروت
دائرة جبل لبنان 1
  • التضامن الوطني
  • التغيير الأكيد
  • عنا القرار
  • كلنا وطني
  • لبنان القوي
دائرة جبل لبنان 2
  • المتن القوي
  • المتن فلب لبنان
  • الوفاء المتنية
  • كلنا وطني
  • نبض المتن
دائرة جبل لبنان 3
  • الوفاق الوطني
  • سوا لبعبدا
  • كلنا وطني
  • وحدة وإنماء بعبدا
دائرة جبل لبنان 4
  • القرار الحر
  • المصالحة
  • الوحدة الوطنية
  • ضمانة الجبل
  • كلنا وطني
  • مدنية
أما ألوان اللوائح فتوزعت على الشكل الآتي:
  • اخضر وتدرجاته 12
  • احمر 14
  • ازرق 13
  • اصفر 5
  • بنفسجي 2
  • كحلي 10
  • بني 1
  • بترولي 1
  • فوشيا 1
  • رمادي 6
  • اورنج وتدرجاته 8
  • زهر 3
  • نبيذي 1
إقرأ أيضاً: لوائح الشطب الجديدة للعام ٢٠١٨
وكان قد صدر عن وزارة الداخلية والبلديات البيان التالي:
“في تمام الساعة 24,00 من يوم الإثنين الواقع فيه 26/3/2018 اقفل باب تسجيل لوائح المرشحين للانتخابات النيابية العامة التي ستجري بتاريخ 6/5/2018، وكما نصت المادة 52 من القانون رقم 44/2017. لا يعتد بإنسحاب أيّ مرشح من اللائحة بعد تسجيلها.
وتلغى طلبات المرشحين الذين لم ينتظموا في لوائح وفقا” لنص هذه المادة. وقد بلغ العدد الإجمالي للوائح المسجلة 77 لائحة من بين 917 مرشحاً.
وتجدّر الإشارة الى أنّ أكبر عدد من اللوائح المسجلة هي في دائرة بيروت الثانية، وقد بلغ عددها 9 لوائح. وأقل عدد من اللوائح المسجلة هي في دائرة صور – قرى صيدا وقد بلغ عددها لائحتين فقط.
وحسب قانون الإنتخابات النيابية، لا سيما المادة 54 التي أشارت إلى أنّه يتم تسجيل اللوائح في مهلة أقصاها أربعون يوماً قبل الموعد المحدد للإنتخابات، لا يقبل بعد هذا التاريخ تسجيل اللوائح أو التعديل في تشكيلها”.
تعريفات : الانتخابات النيابية اللبنانية 2018 | بيروت | لبنان | وزارة الداخلية والبلديات
آخر تحديث: 27 مارس، 201810:04 ص
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    freelebanonn

    Legendary Member
    How does sectarian representation factor in? Do the lists represent sects, parties, or alliances?

    Btw, thanks for the explanation. It's the first time I understand how these elections work. No one was able to explain it to me until now.
    The electoral map is divided onto 15 districts.
    The lists are closed lists you cannot remove , add or change any name. The only thing you can do is choose the list you want to vote for then choose 1 name from the list you chose as tafdili.
    The lists needs to take into consideration the sectarian representation allocated to the district they are running on.

    You can form an incomplete list but it has to include at least 40% of the seats allocated to the district ( you cannot form a list of 3 candidates only in a district of 10 seats).

    The list also need to be a mix of muslim and christian candidates ( if its applicable) from each caza that form the district .

    I hope i made it as clear as possible. My english is not that great.
     
    Indie

    Indie

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    The electoral map is divided onto 15 districts.
    The lists are closed lists you cannot remove , add or change any name. The only thing you can do is choose the list you want to vote for then choose 1 name from the list you chose as tafdili.
    The lists needs to take into consideration the sectarian representation allocated to the district they are running on.

    You can form an incomplete list but it has to include at least 40% of the seats allocated to the district ( you cannot form a list of 3 candidates only in a district of 10 seats).

    The list also need to be a mix of muslim and christian candidates ( if its applicable) from each caza that form the district .

    I hope i made it as clear as possible. My english is not that great.
    Thank you...your English is very good :)

    Supposing that 2 lists got enough votes to win some seats, how will it be decided which sectarian quota will be filled by which list? Let's say that, on both lists, the person with the most priority votes is Orthodox and there is only one Orthodox MP in that district, which one will end up as the MP? The one from the list that got the most overall votes?
     
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    freelebanonn

    Legendary Member
    Thank you...your English is very good :)

    Supposing that 2 lists got enough votes to win some seats, how will it be decided which sectarian quota will be filled by which list? Let's say that, on both lists, the person with the most priority votes is Orthodox and there is only one Orthodox MP in that district, which one will end up as the MP? The one from the list that got the most overall votes?
    To make things more simple, lets take aley as a single district ( in reality its with chouf) . It has 1 orthodox 2 druze and 2 maronites , and only 2 lists are running against each others .

    List A got 3 hassel :
    10k orthodox A
    9k druze 1 A
    7k maronite 1 A
    3k druze 2 A
    1K maronite 2 A

    List B got 2 hassel:
    7K druze 1 B
    6K orthodox B
    4K maronite 1 B
    2K druze 2 B
    1K maronite 2 B

    You merge the 2 lists vertically by number of tafdili , the winners will be : orthodox A, druze 1 A, maronite 1 A, druze 1 B, maronite 1 B.

    If you notice orthodox B has more preferential votes than maronite 1 B but because the only orthodox seat in the district was already allocated to list A , list B takes the maronite seat instead to fill to 2 hassels it has earned.
     
    Indie

    Indie

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    Orange Room Supporter
    To make things more simple, lets take aley as a single district ( in reality its with chouf) . It has 1 orthodox 2 druze and 2 maronites , and only 2 lists are running against each others .

    List A got 3 hassel :
    10k orthodox A
    9k druze 1 A
    7k maronite 1 A
    3k druze 2 A
    1K maronite 2 A

    List B got 2 hassel:
    7K druze 1 B
    6K orthodox B
    4K maronite 1 B
    2K druze 2 B
    1K maronite 2 B

    You merge the 2 lists vertically by number of tafdili , the winners will be : orthodox A, druze 1 A, maronite 1 A, druze 1 B, maronite 1 B.

    If you notice orthodox B has more preferential votes than maronite 1 B but because the only orthodox seat in the district was already allocated to list A , list B takes the maronite seat instead to fill to 2 hassels it has earned.
    Thank you :)
     
    NAFAR

    NAFAR

    Well-Known Member
    How to know the election dates for expats abroad; any website?
     
    Placebo

    Placebo

    Legendary Member
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    Quick Question :
    Is voting with the ID (Hawiyyé) allowed, even if the Hawwiyé has not been updated for the woman in case of marriage?
    (Raqm el sejjel basically? )
     
    Abotareq93

    Abotareq93

    Legendary Member
    Quick Question :
    Is voting with the ID (Hawiyyé) allowed, even if the Hawwiyé has not been updated for the woman in case of marriage?
    (Raqm el sejjel basically? )
    Where is she going to vote, in her initial village or city or in her husband's?
     
    Iron Maiden

    Iron Maiden

    Paragon of Bacon
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    Quick Question :
    Is voting with the ID (Hawiyyé) allowed, even if the Hawwiyé has not been updated for the woman in case of marriage?
    (Raqm el sejjel basically? )
    I dunno really but i got this message from tayyar in paris, so i tjink theres domething u should do abt it b4 the 27th dunno if this helps much..

    IMG_5284.jpg
     
    Placebo

    Placebo

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    Where is she going to vote, in her initial village or city or in her husband's?
    Her husband’s. Her name figures on “lawayi7 ell chateb” , with the husband’s register number (ra2em sejjel)

    Her ID still shows the old register number
     
    Abotareq93

    Abotareq93

    Legendary Member
    Her husband’s. Her name figures on “lawayi7 ell chateb” , with the husband’s register number (ra2em sejjel)

    Her ID still shows the old register number
    I guess she won't be able to vote with the ID; does she have a valid passport?
     
    Placebo

    Placebo

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    I guess she won't be able to vote with the ID; does she have a valid passport?
    Yes, the problem is that it's in another embassy for the processing of a visa application, won't be back in time for Sunday..
    (Expat voting, next sunday)
     
    Abotareq93

    Abotareq93

    Legendary Member
    Yes, the problem is that it's in another embassy for the processing of a visa application, won't be back in time for Sunday..
    (Expat voting, next sunday)
    She can take her passport from the other Embassy for few days and give it back after the elections; it's her right,. That's what I usually do if I need my passport during a visa processing. Is she going to vote FPM? If not, tell her that there is no way she can vote:)
     
    The Jade

    The Jade

    Legendary Member
    Yes, the problem is that it's in another embassy for the processing of a visa application, won't be back in time for Sunday..
    (Expat voting, next sunday)
    Maybe she can ask the embassy where she votes?
    They will probably give her the best answer
     
    The Jade

    The Jade

    Legendary Member
    She can take her passport from the other Embassy for few days and give it back after the elections; it's her right,. That's what I usually do if I need my passport during a visa processing. Is she going to vote FPM? If not, tell her that there is no way she can vote:)
    But usually if you take your passport during the visa processing, you'll have to start all over again.
     
    Abotareq93

    Abotareq93

    Legendary Member
    But usually if you take your passport during the visa processing, you'll have to start all over again.
    Not true. I remember I applied once for the Schengen visa through the German Embassy; and as it usually takes 3 weeks to be issued I told the guy who interviewed me that I needed my passport because I was travelling to another country meanwhile, so, he gave me my passport back and asked me to bring it with me on the day of visa stamping.
     
    The Jade

    The Jade

    Legendary Member
    Not true. I remember I applied once for the Schengen visa through the German Embassy; and as it usually takes 3 weeks to be issued I told the guy who interviewed me that I needed my passport because I was travelling to another country meanwhile, so, he gave me my passport back and asked me to bring it with me on the day of visa stamping.
    I see!
    Your visa officer was nicer than mine then!
     
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