Lebanese nationals queue to cast their ballots in the middle-eastern nations parliamentary election at a polling station set up at the Lebanese School in Abidjan on April 29, 2018. AFP / ISSOUF SANOGO
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The Interior Ministry's elections operations room said Friday there were "no lost expatriate votes" in the parliamentary elections, adding that the ministry was not responsible for any vote counting errors amid complaints of uncounted or lost ballots abroad.Concerns over alleged lost votes arose from the failure of some foreign polling station officials to give a required write-up at the conclusion of voting late last month, as well as the failure of some Lebanese expats to cast their ballots despite registering their names to vote, the elections operations room said in an official press statement Friday.
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