Lebanon Govt.: Regional

Lebanon Govt.: Regional Last updated on Wednesday 21st April 2010

Lebanon is divided into five governorates, each administered by a governor who represents the central government.

Both political and religious militias exercise considerable influence in the regions they control, often making it difficult for central government to enforce laws and legislation.

In many villages local elders wield considerable influence.

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