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Tashnag last Armenian party left standing in vote aftermath

Lebanese electoral registrars carry away a sealed electoral ballot box containing new ballots marked for the Armenian Orthodox Christian sect -- according to Lebanese confessional voting rules -- from a government office in the capital Beirut on their way back to their polling stations on May 5, 2018, the day before the first parliamentary vote in nine years in the country with 18 religious communities. / AFP / ANWAR AMRO

 
A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Daily Star on May 11, 2018, on page 2.

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