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With the May 6 parliamentary elections approaching, electoral campaigns in districts across the country have been redoubling their efforts to ensure parties reach their intended results for Lebanon's first elections in nine years.There are four lists competing for the district's 10 seats – seven of which are for Maronites and three are for Orthodox candidates.The "Pulse of the Strong Republic" ticket brings together the Lebanese Forces, the Kataeb Party, the Democratic Left and independent candidates.North III has also been seen as a unique battleground in terms of setting the stage for the next presidential election, since the district includes three potential presidential candidates: LF leader Samir Geagea, Marada Movement leader Sleiman Frangieh and Bassil.
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