Lebanon Elections

What is the election blackout and will it be followed?

Portraits of Beirut district candidates, Nouhad Mashnuq (C) and Prime Minister Saad Hariri, are pictured in a residential neighbourhood of the Lebanese capital on May 4, 2018. Lebanon elects its parliament for the first time in nine years on Sunday, with its ruling parties seeking to preserve a fragile power-sharing arrangement despite regional tensions. / AFP / JOSEPH EID





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