A Small Look Inside Lebanon

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Donald H


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August 5, 2016








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1926 gave birth to the first Lebanese constitution deeply inspired by the French 3rd constitution, this constitution was promulgated in 1926, but was amended several times to cope up with the modern times, but unfortunately, to serve some other malicious purposes too(extension of the mandate of the president, allow the head of the army to be president,…)...
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Lebanese politics is heavily imprinted with religion, it’s in some sort the opposite of the laicicity. Composed of about half Muslim half Christian, and burdened with a black history of religion conflicts, Lebanon had to establish such a system, especially in a time where laicicity made no sense. So after a census that took place in 1932, seats in the parliaments were divided according to a proportion of 6 Christian deputies to 5 Muslim ones, the speaker of the Chamber of Deputies being Shia Muslim, the prime minister being Sunni Muslim, and the president being Maronite Christian (of catholic belonging, the maronites constitute the big majority of Lebanese Christians)...
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