Please contact the Consulate with any questions.
P: (248) 945-3511/2/3
Dear members of the Lebanese community,
Pursuant to the Lebanese Elections Law number 44 of the year 2017, the Ministry of Interior and Municipalities of Lebanon has prepared the preliminary electoral rolls for the period March 31, 2018, to March 30, 2019.
We invite the Lebanese who have applied for listing on the electoral rolls to vote at the Consulate offices in the Midwest to review the preliminary electoral rolls on the website of the Ministry of Interior and Municipalities of Lebanon on the following link Rolls. Corrections and additions to the Rolls should be submitted through our office and no later than 11am ET, February 20, 2018, to the Ministry of Interior and Municipalities of Lebanon.
In particular, we advise:
Furthermore, we also invite the Lebanese, residing in the Midwest, who will be voting in Lebanon to review the preliminary electoral rolls on the website of the Ministry of Interior and Municipalities of Lebanon on the following Rolls. Corrections and additions to the Rolls should be submitted through our offices and no later than 12pm ET, February 20, 2018, to the Ministry of Interior and Municipalities of Lebanon.
In this regard, we advise the Lebanese voting in Lebanon:
All the above mentioned corrections and additions could be done either:
Kindly let us know if you have any questions.
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