The Lebanese parliament voted on Thursday to confirm legislative elections on March 27.
On Friday, President Michel Aoun sent the law amending legislative election rules back to parliament for reconsideration. The vote was passed with by 77 MPs to 61 but some raised concerns after the vote passed around whether it was quorate.
Opposition groups eye 2022 parliamentary elections to force change in LebanonBut with so many groups vying to position themselves on the political scene, these expanding opposition factions face difficulty organizing a common front to effectively challenge the traditional parties safely entrenched in the current political system. Middle East
Lebanon's president sends electoral law amendments back to parliamentLebanese President Michel Aoun on Friday sent a law amending legislative election rules back to parliament for reconsideration, the presidency said in ... Middle East
Lebanon will hold parliamentary election in March amid economic meltdownLebanon’s parliament voted on Tuesday to hold legislative elections on March 27, giving Prime Minister Najib Mikati’s government only a few months to ... Middle East