Thanks Pavlusshka for the try to clean and update.
But I doubt that the cleaning was complete for two reasons.

In line 7&8 it only reports the 64bit lib 
would be around.
But in line 10-12 dpkg misses /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/ - why is that?

On in line 25&26 both libs are reported.
And that is supposed to be after the clean right?

Not dropping all on a desktop as of dependencies shown in is fine as discussed on IRC.

Given the current data I'd assume the cleanup before reinstall wasn't complete.
I'd so much like to just come over and do that together :-/

For now I can't reproduce on my side so I have to rely on you.
And I highly appreciate your feedback and work to check my suggestions.

So trying to focus again on comment #16 and what shoudl be done:
1. before installing samba again after cleaning there should be no file 
described in on the 
2. while installing samba again please gather the "to be installed packages". 
There should be no :i386 in there. Just provide the full output of the "apt 

If before #2 the bad outdated 32bit libs are really gone and apt is not
reporting them to become installed there should be no way they get on
the system again.

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  package samba 2:4.3.11+dfsg-0ubuntu0.16.04.1 failed to
  install/upgrade: subprocess installed post-installation script
  returned error exit status 1

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