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Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil lauded the historic expatriate vote Monday in a televised news conference held at the Foreign Ministry, hours after the last overseas polling station closed in the U.S. city of Los Angeles.Nearly 46,000 Lebanese living abroad cast their ballots in dozens of countries across the world Sunday, according to the Foreign Ministry's latest count as of 8 a.m. Monday, local media reported.The voting came two days after registered Lebanese voters in six Arab countries cast their ballots, and brought an end to the second and final round of expat voting ahead of Lebanon's elections this Sunday.
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