An Interview with Parliamentary Candidate: Nuhad Dumit

Beirut Today interviews Kelna Beirut’s parliamentary candidate Nuhad Dumit from the Beirut II district

An Interview with Parliamentary Candidate: Ghada Eid

Beirut Today interviews Kollouna Watani’s parliamentary candidate Ghada Eid from the district of Chouf

An Interview with Parliamentary Candidate: Ibrahim Mneimneh

Beirut Today interviews Kelna Beirut’s parliamentary candidate Ibrahim Mneimneh from the Beirut II district

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

Passing draft law for National Commission for forcibly disappeared can bring families closure

The law stipulates the establishment of an autonomous independent administrative authority that has all the judicial, administrative, and investigative prerogatives.

The billions in pledges at CEDRE won’t reform the Lebanese economy

Aside from the risk of plunging the country further into debt, financial investments do not ensure a sustainable solution for the future.

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”

Beirut: A Land of Corrupt-unities

The lack of clear accountability mechanisms and unbiased news reporting in Lebanon as a result of clientelism and sectarianism is making the battle against corruption even more complex and difficult to win.