As Lebanon votes, Armenians consider political choices

On May 15, Lebanon will head to the polls to elect a new parliament and government. The country, reeling from the devastating 2020 blast in Beirut, a severe financial crisis and ongoing street protests, is largely split along sectarian lines. Ara Sanjian, an Associate Professor at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, talks to CivilNet about these crucial elections and how Lebanon’s large Armenian constituency fits into the country’s political system.