The after-effect of electoral wins in Lebanon’s consensus democracy

While a shift in the power balance has certainly been felt, the results of Lebanon's elections do not mark a breakthrough in the status quo.

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The after-effect of electoral wins in Lebanon’s consensus democracy

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While a shift in the power balance has certainly been felt, the results of Lebanon's elections do not mark a breakthrough in the status quo.

Meet parliament’s new independent MPs

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With election results officially finalized, 13 new independent candidates have successfully secured their seats in Lebanon’s upcoming parliament. Get to know the candidates: Ibrahim Mneimneh Mneimneh is an architect and urban designer and founder of design...

On election day, is there hope for change in Lebanon?

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We talk to voters on the street about the electoral process, holding politicians accountable, and their expectations.

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Why don’t women in Lebanon report domestic violence?

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And what resources are available to to both Lebanese women and refugees in the country?

Marwan Habib, serial harasser, jailed without bond

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Serial sexual harasser and rapist Marwan Habib has now been jailed in the United States, as per a WVSN...
Graffiti demanding justice for domestic workers across the Kenyan Consulate exterior walls in Beirut.

Kenyan domestic workers to be repatriated after weeks of sleeping in the rain

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The Kenyan workers began protesting in Lebanon after fleeing abuse and dire working conditions, or being abandoned by their employers.