The Lebanese National Bloc party released the following statement:
The "Lebanese National Bloc" party conducted an electoral simulation on Sunday in 5 electoral districts namely Beirut 2, Mount Lebanon 3 (Baabda), Mount Lebanon 1 (Keserwan Al Ftouh - Jbeil), North 3 (Bcharre, Zgharta, Koura, Batroun) and North 2 (Tripoli, Minieh, Donniyeh).
About 650 members and volunteers in the party's candidates' electoral machines, including Michel Helou, Wajdi Tabet, Gistelle Semaan, Camille Mourani, and the bloc-backed candidate running in Beirut Iman Tabbara, participated in the simulation, in addition to the working team at the central headquarters in Gemmayze.
The head of "National Bloc" electoral campaign Antoine Moukheiber followed the simulation procedures in the party's headquarters and polling stations, all of which were equipped with electoral lists, pre-printed lists, and other materials, while delegates were supplied with all logistical requirements.
The aim of this electoral simulation was to determine the readiness of the electoral machines in preparation for the election day on 15 May, and to deliver practical training to the delegates after undergoing theoretical training courses.