1 edition of black book of the Lebanese elections of May 25, 1947 found in the catalog.
black book of the Lebanese elections of May 25, 1947
|Statement||edited by George Akl, Abdo Ouadat, Edouard Hunein.|
|Contributions||Akl, George., Ouadat, Abdo., Ḥunayn, Idwār., National Lebanese Bloc Party.|
|LC Classifications||DS99.L4 H515|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||54 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||48015905|
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Get this from a library. The black book of the Lebanese elections of ; an account tr. from the Arabic original [The crime of May 25]. [Jurjī ʻAḳl; Hizb al-watan.
(Lebanon)]. Akl, George. & Ouadat, Abdo. & Hunein, Edouard. & National Lebanese Bloc Party. The black book of Lebanese elections of an account translated from the Arabic original / edited by George Akl, Abdo Ouadat, Edouard Hunein Phoenicia Press.
Black book of the Lebanese elections of New York, Phoenicia Press, (DLC) (OCoLC) Online version: Hizb al-watan. (Lebanon). Black book of the Lebanese elections of New York, Phoenicia Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource.
General elections were held in Lebanon on 25 Maywith a second round in some constituencies on 1 June. Independent candidates won the majority of seats. Voter turnout was %. As'ad AbuKhalil described the election as "one of the most corrupt in Lebanese history", and claimed that it was rigged by Camille Chamoun.
Results. The black book of the Lebanese elections of ; an account tr. from the Arabic original [The crime of May 25] by Hizb al-watan.
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Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers. General elections were held in Lebanon on 6 May Although originally scheduled forthe election was postponed three times inand under various pretexts, including the security situation, the failure of the Parliament to elect a new President, and the technical requirements of holding an election.
A new electoral law adopted in provides a Turnout: % (~ %). Select pamphlets from the Missionary Research Library (MRL) founded in under the leadership of John R. Mott with funding from John D. Rockefeller, Jr. The black book of the Lebanese elections of ; an account tr.
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The problem is that he has been caught lying before. Secondly, his book is so focused on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict that at times you forget this book is supposed to be about Lebanon.
Thirdly, he was living in West Beirut when he wrote the book so there tends to be a lot of pro-PLO sentiment in his writing. The elections are the first since war broke out in neighboring Syria insending over one million refugees to Lebanon, a small country with an estimated population of around million.
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Lebanon's draft new election law explained The agreed-upon electoral system, based on proportional representation, would divide the country into 15 electoral districts. The draft law was originally proposed by former Interior Minister Marwan Charbel in under then Prime Minister Najib Mikati’s government.
On May 7, General Gamelin launched a major assault on the Maydan, killing about people but only 50 rebels. Also in May the constitution drafted by the Lebanese Representative Council became law, establishing an elected Chamber of Deputies and a Senate of sixteen members appointed by the High Commissioner.
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