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Hundreds of prospective Lebanese voters without identification cards are flocking to local security offices to obtain passports so they can vote Sunday in parliamentary elections.The elections are the first of their kind in nearly a decade, but hundreds of residents across Lebanon have yet to obtain a government-issued ID card, which is required to take part. Official issuance of ID cards halted last week in anticipation of election day, but citizens can still apply for last-minute for passports, which can be used in lieu of an ID card while voting, according to Lebanon's latest electoral law.
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