Future lost three seats in Akkar after previously holding all seven. (AP Photo/Bilal Hussein)
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Interior Minister Nouhad Machnouk announced the results on his Twitter account Tuesday afternoon, confirming that the Future Movement had won four seats, the Free Patriotic Movement two and the Lebanese Forces one.Previously reported unofficial results suggested that the Future Movement's Khodr Habib had won the Alawite seat in Lebanon's first election since 2009 .As results stand, Future has 20 parliamentary seats, but this could still go down to 19, while the FPM, along with its close ally the Armenian Tashnag, has around 28 to 29 seats and LF took between 14 and 15 .
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