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ما سبب عدم استعداد الناس لدعم الإصلاح السياسي علنًا؟
لورا بايلر، ليسلي مارشال، وسامي عطاالله
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 أخفقت الطبقة السياسيّة إلى حدّ كبير طوال مدّة ولاية مجلس النوّاب اللبناني السابق في التصدّي لسلسلة من التحديات الاجتماعيّة الاقتصاديّة الّتي تواجه البلد. فبالإضافة إلى تقاعس السياسيّين عن تشجيع خلق الوظائف وعن إدارة أزمة اللاجئين السوريّين بشكل فاعل، فقد فشلوا في معالجة بعض المسائل الأكثر جوهريّة، 

Israel’s identity crisis: Israel's Jewish nationalist identity is outweighing its democratic one

The Economist

 “THIS is a pivotal moment in the history of Zionism and the state of Israel,” said Binyamin Netanyahu, Israel’s prime minister (pictured), in the early hours of July 19th. Israel’s parliament, the Knesset, had just passed a law stating that the right of national self-determination is “unique to the Jewish people”. Israel’s non-Jewish citizens were excluded. The nation-state law, as it is known, was necessary “to ensure the foundation of our existence”, said Mr Netanyahu. But Arab Knesset members called it the “law of Jewish supremacy” and chanted “apartheid”.

The Shia Spring: Shias in southern Iraq are fed up with the government

The Economist

 IRAQ’S ruling elite has survived Kurdish separatism and Sunni jihadism. But a challenge from its own Shia base could prove the greatest threat. Since July 8th the oil-rich south has been in tumult. In the searing heat, tens of thousands of Iraqis are 

All under heaven: China’s belt-and-road plans are to be welcomed—and worried about

The Economist

 SHUNNING all false modesty, China’s leader, Xi Jinping, calls his idea the “project of the century”. The country’s fawning media hail it as a gift of “Chinese wisdom” to the world’s development. As for the real meaning of the clumsy metaphor to describe it—the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)—debate rages.

 
عصام خليفة
عقل العويط
جريدة النهار

 عصام خليفة كان تحت المساءلة لدى المباحث الجنائية في قصر العدل، من الساعة التاسعة صباحاً إلى الأولى وخمس وأربعين دقيقة، من بعيد ظهر اليوم الخميس، 26 تموز 2018، بدعوى أقامها ضدّه رئيس الجامعة اللبنانية الدكتور فؤاد أيوب، بتهمة القدح والذمّ، ليخرج بعدها "بسند إقامة".

Miss justice: An enemy of crooked politicians is fired in Romania

The Economist

 FOR Romania’s corrupt politicians, Laura Kovesi has been a nightmare. Appointed chief of the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) in 2013, the implacable prosecutor has overseen the convictions of more than 1,000 officials, businesspeople and politicians, including 

American foreign policy: Donald Trump’s humiliation in Helsinki

The Economist

 DONALD TRUMP likes to boast that he does things differently from his predecessors. That was certainly true of his trip to Europe. In Brussels he chided Germany for a gas deal that left it “totally controlled by Russia”. In England he humiliated his host, Theresa May, blasting her Brexit plan before holding her hand and hailing “the highest level of special” relationship. From his Scottish golf resort he called the European Union a “foe” on trade. And in Helsinki, asked whether Russia had attacked America’s democracy, he treated President Vladimir Putin as someone he trusts more than his own intelligence agencies. It was a rotten result for America and the world.

كمال جنبلاط طرح المشروع في العام 1950: يعقوبيان تقدمت باقتراح قانون لالغاء الألقاب

الوكالة الوطنية

  تقدمت النائبة بولا يعقوبيان باقتراح قانون لالغاء الألقاب المعتمدة في مخاطبة ومراسلة الرسميين اللبنانيين الموروثة من العهد العثماني ومن زمن الانتداب الفرنسي، على سبيل المثال لا الحصر: "فخامة"، "دولة"، "معالي"، "سعادة" وما شابهها.

 
Bashar al-Assad’s grim victory: Syrian refugees could turn into the new Palestinians

The Economist

 THE monstrous dictator has won. Bashar al-Assad has bombed, gassed and starved his enemies out of the biggest cities. He has made fools of Barack Obama and David Cameron, who said he should go but did nothing to bring his departure about. He has shrugged off the missiles that President Donald Trump fired at his bases.

A buried past: NGOs in Lebanon want to dig up mass graves from the civil war

The Economist

LINA MAHFOUZ was six years old when Lebanon’s civil war began. She remembers hearing screams outside her bedroom window. One evening she saw a man in black carrying what looked like a dead body into the orange grove behind her home. “Years later I realised what they were doing. They were torturing and then burying people in the orchard,” she says. “The bodies are there.”

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الغاء الطائفية السياسية التي هي السبب الجوهري في تأخر البلاد.      اعتبار الرشوة في الانتخابات جناية والتشدد في معاقبة مرتكبيها.       اخضاع النائب لمراقبة ديوان المحاسبة بالنسبة لموارده ومصاريفه، ولمحكمة الاثراء غير المشروع لتأكيد صفة النزاهة      عدم الجمع بين الوزارة والنيابة ، واسقاط النيابة عن كل من يتولى الوزارة.      وضع قانون يحدد سن تقاعد النواب عند الرابعة والستين لتمكين الجيل الجديد من الدخول والتمثل ، دورياً في المجلس النيابي.   
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