Sunday, June 07, 2009

Unofficial Ballot Count - Continuously Updated!

VICTORY!!!!

M14 DECLARED WINNERS OF MAJORITY IN PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS!!


HIZBALLAH DECLARES DEFEAT OF M8!!

Unofficial Seat Count:
  • M14: 71
  • M8: 57
Unofficial Winners:
  • (5) Beirut I: 1 Armenian Orthodox, 1 Armenian Catholic, 1 Maronite, 1 Greek Catholic, 1 Greek Orthodox seat for M14
  • (4) Beirut II: 1 Armenian Orthodox seat for each of M8 and M14. 1 Sunni seat for M14, 1 Shiite seat for M8.
  • (10) Beirut III: 1 Druze, 1 Shiite, 5 Sunni, 1 Maronite, 1 Evangelical, 1 Greek Orthodox seats for M14

  • (3) Jezzine: 1 Greek Catholic and 2 Maronite seats for M8
  • (2) Saida: 2 Sunni seats for M14
  • (3) Zahrani: 2 Shiite and 1 Maronite seats for M8
  • (4) Sour: 4 Shiite seats for M8
  • (3) Bint Jbeil: 3 Shiite seats for M8
  • (3) Nabatieh: 3 Shiite seats for M8
  • (5) Marjayoun-Hasbaya: 2 Shiite, 1 Druze, 1 Sunni, 1 Greek Orthodox seat for M8

  • (7) Akkar: 1 Alawite, 3 Sunni, 1 Maronite, 3 Greek Orthodox seats for M14
  • (2) Batroun: 2 Maronite seats for M14
  • (2) Bcharreh: 2 Maronite seats for M14
  • (3) Koura: 3 Greek Orthodox seats for M14
  • (3) Minnieh-Dinnieh: 3 Sunni seats for M14
  • (3) Zogharta: 3 Maronite seats for M8
  • (8) Tripoli: 1 Alawi, 5 Sunni, 1 Greek Orthodox, and 1 Maronite seat for M14

  • (3) Jbeil: 2 Maronite seats and 1 Shiite for M8
  • (5) Kesewan: 5 Maronite seats for M8
  • (8) Metn: 1 Armenian Orthodox, 1 Greek Orthodox, and 4 Maronite seats for M8, 1 Greek Orthodox and 1 Maronite seat for M14
  • (5) Aley: 1 Druze seat for M8 1 for M14. 2 Maronite seats and 1 Greek Orthodox for M14
  • (6) Baabda: 3 Maronite, 2 Shiite, and 1 Druze seat for M8
  • (8) Chouf: 1 Greek Catholic, 3 Maronite, 2 Druze, 2 Sunni seats for M14

  • (10) Baalbek-Hermel: 2 Sunni, 6 Shiite, 1 Greek Catholic, and 1 Maronite seat for M8
  • (7) Zahleh: 2 Greek Catholic, 1 Sunni, 1 Shiite, 1 Maronite, 1 Greek Orthodox, 1 Armenian Orthodox seats for M14
  • (6) Western Bekaa-Rashaya: 2 Sunni, 1 Shiite, 1 Maronite, 1 Greek Orthodox, and 1 Druze for M14
Unofficial results websites can be found here:
Ballot counting has begun across the country after the closure of polling stations at 7:00 pm and a news conference by the country's Interior Minister, Ziad Baroud, declaring the end of a successful day of voting. Several websites are providing up-to-date unofficial counting results, below are two screen-shots from the FPM and Kataeb (Metn) results sites, respectively:

Check the Blacksmiths of Lebanon Elections Center for more information related to the 2009 Parliamentary Elections.

3 comments:

  1. Oh my, I'm glad to hear this. I'm a Venezuelan whose great-parents were from Lebanon and, even while I have never visited the land of my ancestors, I deeple love that nation.

    And my joy is bigger when I read that the bloc who favors the syrian intervention has been defeted, whilst those who want pace in the Middle East are again the winners of the popular vote.

    PS: My father's family is muslim/christian from Tripoli while my mother's family jewish is from Beyrut. It makes me happy to see that the March 14 alliance has been victorious in both cities.

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  2. Anonymous5:20 AM

    Victorious indeed! Mabrouk to one and all!!

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  3. Anonymous8:43 AM

    vive le liban libre!! thank god for march 14!

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