Author: Karim Saffiedine
The neoliberal economic planning and militaristic hegemony Tripoli is resisting today is deeply rooted in perceptions of Tripoli since the 1990s.
What answers does the leaked government draft plan provide in the midsts of Lebanon’s financial, political, and public health crises?
Their struggle is the result of a system where personal and family status codes are determined by 15 different sects, all of which discriminate against women.
More often than not, vocal critics within Hezbollah’s local community are harassed and pressured into issuing formal and public apologies.
The new ministerial make-up and policy statement formula take the country not only back to October 16, but even prior to 2005.
Protesters are fighting back against the collusion of Central Bank and the Lebanese authorities with bankers at the expense of the majority of the population.
“The people want the fall of the regime” has been echoing between hundreds of thousands.
What does it take to be alternative?