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ACHKOUT Results for the Municipal Council 2016 Elections . Source Elections.gov.lb
Youpiii!!! The Ministry of Interior in Lebanon is doing great in Publishing Online the results of the elections of the municipal councils in Lebanon!!
I am sooo happy to be able to access such information!
Yippee!! It will be better if for the directorates other than Beirut we can have the results by Kalam and Ghouraf. It is needed to see how voters voted, to whom, was it different if they are women and men, (Gender segregated data and even as we have them communities segregated data!) and what was the “abstentions” numbers in each kalam /ghouraf!
Here is a sneak peak from the elections, of my beloved Home Town Achkout! Yeyyy!!!!
Numbers and stats will mean something soon!!! Access to information is Important in the state of Law!
I’m waiting for the Chouf results !!! hurry hurry in uploading them!
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Following the part one blog post ” Recent legal achievements about women in Lebanon… latest researches 2014“, here are some other national surveys that can help researchers prepare their desk reviews about what exists in Lebanon:
Do not forget the MDG follow up 2013-2014 launched last month by the Council of Minister in Lebanon.
the Latest report that is very well known is the MICS 2009, In my opinion we need to update it asap but here is it link:
Labour Market In Lebanon
This publication focuses on the Labour Market in Lebanon gathering a number of key indicators and figures from different sources.
Type of publication: Indicators.
Language: English, Arabic
Format: pdf file size 2.87MB (Download file:
Women in Numbers in Lebanon prepared by Maral tutelian for CAS april 2014
please stop giving me outdated data, we can create and find data as most of the ministries and national insitutions are publishing theirs online.
good luck for all researchers!! 🙂
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