Mashnouq announces 2018 legislative elections' results

Tue 08 May 2018 at 14:34 Parliamentary Elections

NNA - Minister of Interior and Municipalities announced the final results of the legislative elections held in Lebanon for the first time in nine years on Sunday, May 6.

Mashnouq explained that those results were still incomplete and unofficial, and that the official version would be published on his ministry's website within 24 hours.

Congratulating the winners, Mashnouq said that "tomorrow is another day," and that the country had entered a new phase with a new Parliament now. "As an Interior Minister, this is an encouraging and honorable thing, regardless of the winners and losers," he told a news conference, hoping that lessons would be derived in the upcoming polls in 2022, in order not to make the same mistakes.

In response to a question about candidate Joumana Haddad, Mashnouq said that his Ministry had nothing to do with the issue and that it was up to the registration committee to handle it.

Asked about the riot in Beirut streets, he deplored it as "shameful," adding that he discussed the matter with the Prime Minister, the army chief, and the Internal Security Forces; Director.

"The security forces promised to end the clashes immediately." Moreover, he denied the loss of eight ballot boxes, explaining that the lost packages were found eventually. It is to note that the results had been delayed in the North I (Akkar) district, due to a vote recount; Mashnouq announced them today.

Winners according to the Interior Minister were as follows:

-Beirut I: Nicolas Sehnaoui, Jean Talouzian, Nadim Gemayel, Imad Wakim, Hagop Terzian, Paulette Yaagoubian, Alexander Matosian, Antoine Pano;

-Beirut II: Amin Sherri, Saad Hariri, Adnan Traboulsi, Fouad Makhzoumi, Tammam Salam, Mohammad Khawaja, Roula Tabsh, Nouhad Mashnouq, Nazih Najm, Edgar Traboulsi, Faisal Sayegh;

-Sidon-Jezzine: Ibrahim Samir Azar, Bahiya Hariri, Ousama Saad, Ziad Aswad, Salim Khoury;

-Tyre-Zahrani: Nabih Berri, Nawwaf Moussawi, Hussein Jeshi, Inaya Ezzedine, Ali Khreiss, Michel Moussa, Ali Osseiran;

-Bint Jbeil-Marjayoun, Nabatieh, Hasbaya: Hassan Fadlallah, Mohammad Raad, Ali Fayyad, Hani Qobeissi, Ali Hassan Khalil, Ali Bazzi, Ayoub Hmayed, Yassin Jaber, Anwar al-Khalil, Qassem Hashem, Assaad Hardan;

-Chouf-Aley: Akram Shehayeb, Cesar Abi Khalil, Henri Helo, Talal Arslan, Anis Nassar, Taymour Jumblatt, Mohammad Hajjar, George Adwan, Bilal Abdallah, Marwan Hamade, Nehme Tohme, Mario Aoun, Farid Bustani;

-Baabda: Ali Ammar, Pierre Bou Assi, Hadi Abu Hosn, Alain Aoun, Fadi Alame, Hikmat Dib;

-Metn: Sami Gemayel, Michel Murr, Majed Abi Lamaa, Elias Bou Saab, Hagop Pakradounian, Ibrahim Kanaan, Edgar Maalouf, Elias Hankash;

-West Bekaa-Rashaya: Abdul Rahim Mrad, Wael Abu Faour, Mohammad Nasrallah, Mohhammad Qoraawi, Elie Ferezli, Henri Chedid;

-Zahle: Anwar Jomaa, George Oqeis, Michel Daher, Assem Araji, Salim Aoun, Qaysar Maalouf, Eddy Demerjian;

-Baalbeck-Hermel: Jamil Sayyed, Ihab Hamade, Ghazi Zeaiter, Ali Moqdad, Ibrahim Moussawi, Hussein Hajj Hassan, Antoine Habshi, Alwalid Succarieh, Bakr Hojeiry, Albert Mansour;

-Jbeil-Keserwan: Ziad Hawwat, Simon Abi Ramia, Nehme Efram, Shawki Daccash, Farid Haykal Khazen, Chamel Roukoz, Roger Azar, Mustafa Husseini;

-Tripoli-Menieh-Donnieh: Othman Alameddine, Jihad Samad, Najib Mikati, Sami Ahmad Fatfat, Mohammad Kabbara, Samir Jusr, Faisal Karami, Ali Darwish, Dima Jammali, Jean
Obeid, Nicolas Nahhas;

-Bsharri-Zgharta-Batroun-Koura: Gebran Bassil, Strida Tawk Geagea, Toni Sleiman Frangieh, Joseph Isaac, Fadi Saad, Michel Mouawad, Salim Saade, Fayez Ghosn, Estfan Doueihi, George Atallah

As to the winners in the North I district, as announced by Mashnouq today, they are: Walid Wajih Baariri, Muhammad Mustafa Sleiman, Tareq Talal Merehbi, Hadi Hbeish, Wehbe Qatisha, Assaad Dergham, Mustafa Ali Hussein.

 

==========Rabab Housseiny

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