An Interview with Parliamentary Candidate: Mark Daou

Beirut Today interviews Hada Minna’s parliamentary candidate Mark Daou from the district of Aley

An interview with Parliamentary Candidate: Hassan Sinno

Beirut Today interviews Kelna Beirut’s parliamentary candidate Hassan Sinno from the Beirut II district

An interview with Parliamentary Candidate: Laury Haytayan

Beirut Today interviews Kollouna Watani’s parliamentary candidate Laury Haytayan from the Beirut I district

Lebanese women in politics discussed at the American University of Beirut

“If we lower the gender-gap by 25 percent, there would be an economic empowerment of 5.8 trillion of the global economy”

Election monitoring organizations ensure democratic voting in Lebanon

Organizations are playing a major role in overseeing the electoral process, each ensuring a democratic and just election period through their own tactics.

NSSF Scandal Shows the True Colors of Lebanese Government

Charges were filed by a national civil movement called UnitedForLebanon following the procurement of evidence and documents proving the embezzlement and misappropriation of funds.

Nine Years Later: Will the Lebanese Parliamentary Elections Bring Change

On changes in the political structure, optimistic and pessimistic outlooks, and the potential turning points in the long-overdue parliamentary elections

Why Saad al-Hariri Will Not Get My Vote

The troubled political career of the Prime Minister of Lebanon did not start with the controversy over his trip to Saudi Arabia two months ago.

Who Will Get My Vote In Lebanon’s Upcoming Elections

The last time I voted in Parliamentary elections was in 2005, thirteen years ago. I.

Who is the “Civil Society” that is preparing to run for Parliamentary Elections?

The term “civil society” has been used to describe those who are “active” outside the traditional societal organizations and within oppositional movements against other parts of society, mainly against state authorities.