On elections day, the ULS students participated in the Lebanese Transparency Association’s large campaign to promote fighting corruption and to raise awareness against vote buying.
The students explained to the voters their duty in fighting corruption and informed them about the Lebanese Advocacy and Legal Advice Center (LALAC) specialised in supporting the victims and witnesses of Corruption in providing free legal advice 24/7 when they call LALAC’s hotline on 03 86 83 03.
The students shed light on the necessity to combat the vote buying issue and on the importance of reporting it to build a corruption free country.
Throughout the day, they met with young and older voters, candidates and current MPs and they covered the following areas:
Ain El Hor - Ajaltoun - Al Hay el Gharbi - Al Westani - Ashrafieh - Baabdate - Baalbeck - Baskinta - Batroun - Bhamdoun - Bikfaya - Bisri - Bologna - Boutchay - Brumana - Bteddine - Bteghrine - Chhim - Chiyah - Chouf - Chouweifat - Dalhoun - Damour - Daraya - Dekweneh - Ehmej - Feytroun - Furn el Chebbak - Gemayse - Hboun - Hermel - Houmal - Jbeil - Jdeide - Jisr el Bacha - Jounieh - Kleiat - Kfarabida - Kfardebiane - Mazboud - Mazraat el Dahr - Mansourieh - Mdawar - Mousaytbeh - Mrouj - Raas Nhash - Rayfoun - Roumieh - Sassine - Sin El Fil - Taaid - Tannourine - Tarik Jdide - Wadi Chahrour - Wata - Yanouh - Zahle - Zalka
ULS students explaining to voters their duty in fighting corruption