Faisal Karami announces nine candidates on his “Dignity and Patriotism” electoral list in Tripoli, Monday, March 26, 2018. (The Daily Star/Fathi Masri)
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Below are some of the lists that will contest seats in the 15 districts:Murr's incomplete ticket will be competing for five of the eight seats in the district.The seats include four Maronite, two Orthodox, one Catholic and one Armenian Orthodox. Murr will be running for the Orthodox seat alongside Najwa Azar for a Maronite seat, Milad al-Sabaali for another Maronite seat and George Abboud for the Catholic seat. This list will contest five seats in the district: two Maronite, two Sunni and one Catholic.Karami put forward nine candidates for the district's eleven seats, divided between eight Sunni seats, one Maronite, one Orthodox and one Alawite seat.Kheir himself is running for a seat in Minyeh alongside Ahmad Shendib, who is running for a seat in Dinnieh; Tony Maroni for the Maronite seat in Tripoli; Nastas al-Koshari, who is contesting the Orthodox seat in Tripoli; Mahmoud Chehade, who is seeking the Alawite seat in Tripoli; and Khaled Roumieh who is up for a Sunni seat in Tripoli.
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