Lebanon’s state-owned enterprises face challenges post-crisis, with the balance between cost-recovery and strategic privatisation key to fiscal health.
The Progressive Deposit Recovery Plan offers an opportunity for accountability and the redemption of the Lebanese people’s lifesavings.
The Lebanese financial crisis, driven by fiscal mismanagement and central bank interventions, has resulted in market distortions and multiple exchange rates, worsening economic disparities.
Summary and analysis of circulars and decisions issued by the Ministry of Finance and Banque Du Liban from November to December 2022
The Financial Recovery Plan appears to solve Lebanon’s financial crisis, but a closer look reveals it’s a tool to preserve elite interests at the expense of depositors’ savings.
Lebanon’s draft laws aim to reshape its financial landscape, yet ambiguities may hinder complete restoration of confidence in the sector.
Lebanon’s updated banking secrecy law is progressing towards reform, yet riddled with ambiguities and potential for power abuse.
The MOEW’s latest renewable energy draft law faces criticism for consolidating power, with experts pushing for reforms to decentralize the sector and break the EDL monopoly.
Lebanon must transition from a depositor-funded bail-out to a just bail-in, holding those responsible for the financial crisis accountable and ensuring fair loss distribution through international standards and local laws.
Lebanon’s capital control proposal risks entrenching financial corruption by granting banks undue amnesty and empowering a politically biased committee.
In light of Lebanon’s economic turmoil and pension crisis , how can we safeguard the retirement savings of Lebanese citizens?
A Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Campaign Against Entities Impeding a Fair Solution to Lebanon’s Financial Crisis
Exploring financial crimes in Lebanon, depositors’ pursuit of justice, the BDS campaign against banking elites, and the challenges of money recovery.
Reviving Lebanon’s Public Transport: Overcoming Political Roadblocks and Crafting Inclusive Solutions for Sustainable Mobility
In the midst of Lebanon’s public transport challenges, we try to envision a diverse and inclusive system that unites citizens and transcends political divisions.
Exploring Lebanon’s socioeconomic frailties and policy solutions: Confronting rentier capitalism and crafting a fairer future.
Understanding Lebanon’s compromised judiciary, the challenges to judicial independence, and the impact on human rights, using two case studies: freedom from torture and the right to own property.
Navigating the legal restrictions and political co-optation of organized labor in Lebanon.