Marwan Al-Matni speaks during an interview. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Days ahead of polls opening for the 2018 elections, a member of the Madaniyya list in Chouf-Aley has said he believes it has won regardless of final outcome. Speaking to The Daily Star Monday, Marwan al-Matni urged the electorate to turn out in Chouf-Aley on May 6 for the first parliamentary elections in nine years and vote wisely. With 13 seats, Chouf-Aley is Lebanon's largest district.The district is divided into eight seats for Chouf and five seats for Aley.There are two Sunni seats, two Druze seats, three for Maronites and one Roman Catholic seat up for grabs in Chouf. In Aley, the five positions are divided across two Druze seats, two Maronite seats and one Greek Orthodox seat.
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