Lebanon is collapsing thanks to the ruling political class, which has dominated since the 1990s. Elections gave people hope, but a corrupt government tried to postpone them in a bid to maintain power. One of its excuses is the shortage of ink and paper to print ballots, so AnNahar published an Elections Edition: one that never went to print. Instead, the paper and ink from the unprinted edition was sent to the government's printing associates to print ballots. Enough was donated to cover all of Lebanon's voting population.
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