Thursday March 29th, 2012


In Lebanon we do not have presidential elections, we only have deputies elections, and then they will elect the ministers that will, in their turn, elect the president.

In France they do have presidential elections, and they are taking place in April and May of this year.

How do we choose which deputy to vote for in Lebanon? It depends who pays you more, who does more job to your community, and who visits you at your home and speaks more eliquantly.

How do people choose which candidate to vote for in France? It also depends on who does more work in a community, or who’s plan for the coming 5 years is more convincing and suits better your believes.

If you’re French, and you still don’t know who you’re voting for, but still want to participate and perform you civic duties, a test can help you with your task:Β http://pourquivoteren2012.fr/index/test. Just go into this web site, answer a few questions, and at the end you’ll find which candidates you’re more similar to! How cool is that?

Do you imagine having something like this in Lebanon? The test will have just one question: what is your favorite color (yes we have political parties as much as there are color in the world)? And based on this you will know which party to vote for πŸ˜› And if white or black is your favorite color, well, just close the web site and go search for who’s willing to pay you more πŸ˜›

Who will be France's next president in 2012?

 

See you tomorrow!

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4 Responses to “Thursday March 29th, 2012”
  1. Michel Checrallah says:

    In lebanon the deputies elect the president and not the ministers πŸ™‚

  2. Michel Checrallah says:

    Hehe nice blog!

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