The Beirut II district has eleven seats up for grabs: six Sunni, two Shiite, one Druze, one Orthodox and one Protestant.
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Parliamentary candidates running against a Future Movement list headed by Prime Minister Saad Hariri in Beirut II accused Future supporters of firing gunshots outside their Hamra campaign office Sunday evening as an intimidation tactic.The statement also did not mention how Chatila and other candidates identified the assailants as Future supporters. At least a dozen men were seen driving through Hamra about an hour before the alleged incident, bearing blue Future flags and honking their car horns.
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