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After nine years of delays and extensions, Lebanon has embarked on a democratic milestone for the country and its citizens with the start of registrations for May's general elections.Citizens expect this process to be based not on empty promises or rhetoric without substance, but rather solid, scientific platforms that exhibit the resolve and the means to realize candidates' stated goals. And the Lebanese will hold those candidates to their promises.This is a chance for voters and candidates to show that Lebanon deserves to be labeled as a democratic state.
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