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Australia saw the largest number of expatriates register to vote in the upcoming elections on May 6 and the North III district has the largest number of overseas voters register, according to information shared by the Foreign Ministry Wednesday.Of the 82,970 voters, 12,337 have registered to vote in the Bsharri-Zgharta-Koura-Batroun district, constituting almost 15 percent of all overseas voters. The second-highest number will be casting their ballots for the Bint Jbeil-Nabatieh-Marjayoun-Hasbaya district, with 8,739 voters. The country's first parliamentary elections in nine years will be held on May 6, but expats will be voting in six Arab countries on April 27 and 34 other countries on April 29 .
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