This year the competition between politicians was fierce, and finally Former Deputy Speaker Elie Ferzli ranked at the first place with 5,747 Tweets snatching Minister Nicolas Sehnaoui’s place, who ranked the second most active Lebanese politician on twitter posting 4,428 tweets in 2013! Minister Gebran Bassil recorded a new position with 2,759 tweets and became the third most active Lebanese politician on Twitter. Mr. Fouad Makhzoumi held his sixth place throughout the year with 1,660 tweets. Other politicians’ Social activity retreated, as Mr. Fares Souaid who was ranked at the fifth position, and others lost their position as former Prime Minister Saad Al Hariri did. The new entry this year was made by the Minister of Public Health, Ali Hassan Khalil, who started tweeting as of January 2013 and was able to take place amongst the most active Lebanese politicians in a short period of time. Although 2013 imposed political burdens, Lebanese politicians weren’t too distracted and fought for their Social positions on Twitter as shown in the infographic. We will keep on monitoring during 2014 their activities’ Ups and Downs. 2013 Badges go to: – Former Deputy Speaker Elie Ferzli gained the Most Active badge. – Minister Nicolas Sehnaoui earned the Most Social, and Most Lifetime Tweets Badges. – Former Prime Minister Najib Mikati got the Most Followers badge. Politician Infographic-01 Think Media Labs will always be your reference to the latest in Social Media Infographics and studies in Lebanon and the Middle East! Think Media Labs has been monitoring, documenting, and analyzing the Social Media activity of the politicians and has compiled and summarized this data in this detailed analytical report. We would love to hear your suggestions! Anyone you want us to add to our Infographics? For custom studies please contact us. *The number of tweets provided reflects the total tweets during 2013.