File - A worker carries the empty ballot box ahead of the presidential election session at the Parliament in Beirut, Wednesday, April 23, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Parliamentary elections for Lebanese expats proved to be a flop Sunday, after only three people cast ballots across three centers in Australia, and only one voter showed up at the Lebanese Embassy in Kuwait on Friday.The Lebanese consulate in Sydney opened Sunday three polling centers for parliamentary elections pursuant to a Foreign Minstry decision issued last month. Lebanese expats registered for the parliamentary elections which were scheduled for 2013 are eligible to vote, Bitar said.According to a foreign ministry statement published Sunday, elections in the Lebanese embassy in Kuwait covered only the electoral districts of Marjayoun and Hasbaya.
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