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Turkish voters cast their votes in Lebanon

Citizens of the Turkish community in Lebanon voted in the second round of the Turkish presidential elections, provided that the electoral process continues for three days.

The electoral process for the Turkish elections in Lebanon began in the second run-off today, Saturday, inside the Turkish embassy building near Beirut, where the Turkish embassy allocated six ballot boxes for the 8,350 Turkish voters.

The polls are opened every day from eight in the morning until ten in the evening, Beirut time.

The number of Turkish voters in Lebanon is 8,350 out of approximately 23,000, which is the number of the Turkish community in Lebanon.

The elections are being held in the presence and participation of officials from the embassy, ​​delegates from the Turkish Supreme Election Commission, and delegates from the two competing parties, the Justice and Development Party and the Republican People’s Party.

In the first round of the Turkish elections in Lebanon, the number of voters reached 2,952, or 35% of the total number of voters.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan won nearly 95% of the total Turkish vote in Lebanon, while opposition candidate Kemal Kilicdaroglu got only 4% of the vote.

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