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Students’ interest in the “forces”: We won 90 percent of the seats in the University of Louisa elections

The student interest in the “Lebanese Forces” party announced in a statement, “The students of the forces won a landslide victory, and won 90 percent of the seats in the Notre Dame University elections that were held today.”

She pointed out that “this victory came in succession to the results of the Jesuit and the LAU, which indicates that the youth of Lebanon made their choice in the upcoming parliamentary elections.” One Man One Vote The electoral process began at eight in the morning and continued until four in the afternoon, and voters participated in the democratic process to select 27 members distributed among all colleges.

She added: “The Forces Party won 24 seats in all colleges, and it is fighting the democratic battle alone in the face of the Kataeb Party, which won 3 seats, and the secular club, which did not win any seats.

According to the students’ interest in the “forces”, the results were as follows:

In the Faculty of Architecture, Arts and Design, the Forces Party won 3 seats.

In the College of Business and Economics, the Forces Party won 7 seats, compared to 0 for the secular and one seat for the Kataeb Party.

In the Faculty of Engineering, the Forces Party won 4 seats, compared to 0 for the secularists and 2 for the Kataeb Party.

In the Faculty of Humanities, the Forces Party won 4 seats, compared to 0 for the others.

In the College of Natural and Applied Sciences, the Forces Party won 4 seats compared to 0 for the others.

– In the Faculty of Law and Political Science, the Forces Party won one seat compared to 0 for the others.

In the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, the “Forces” party won one seat, compared to 0 for the others.

(National Media Agency)

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