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Lebanon articles on Democracy Chronicles
News about the struggle for better democracy in Lebanon. Lebanon has suffered from the Syrian conflict that prevented passage of a new electoral law and led to the postponement of long awaited national elections. Also check out our section on World Democracy or our articles on the Middle East.
Lebanon’s parliament gives new coalition government a way to start working with vote of confidence after a televised session to debate proposed policies.
The last big hurdle was a dispute over how Hezbollah’s Sunni allies should be represented in cabinet, resolved by the inclusion of Hassan Mrad.
This week will be decisive in efforts to form a government in Lebanon, representing a last chance to break the deadlock, Prime Minister-designate Saad said.
Lebanon’s PM-designate, Saad Hariri warned Tuesday a government must be formed as country faces tough economic situation after months of political deadlock.
Hundreds in Lebanon took to streets to protest a deteriorating economy and political stalemate that has country’s lawmakers struggling to form a government.
Hundreds of Lebanese protested against a political stalemate that has prevented the formation of a new government seven months after elections.
The Trump administration has cut funding to the U.N. agency that helps Palestinian refugees, calling the organization “irredeemably flawed.”
Original poetry by Democracy Chronicles contributor Hassan Elhage, an undergraduate student at New York University with a strong interest in human rights, political ideology, and American and international politics.
Under Lebanon’s system, voters cast 2 votes: 1 for a list of candidates and another for their candidate within that list