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Across Lebanon Sunday, thousands of voters turned out to cast their ballots and have their say in who will join the new Parliament as an MP.Ballots were cast in the city's two electoral districts – Beirut I, with approximately 133,800 registered voters, and Beirut II with approximately 340,000 .Elderly voters' problems did not stop there.Upward of 85,000 people, according to Hezbollah's electoral machine, drove from Beirut to the district to take part in the race between four lists competing over 10 seats – six for Shiite, two for Sunni, one Maronite and one Catholic.By Mohammed ZaatariOver 149,000 voters were set to vote in 252 polling booths spread across 42 towns and villages in the southern governorate of Nabatieh that had 11 seats up for grabs.
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