The political program proposed by Minteshreen outlines the structural problems within the Lebanese state - mainly the political, economic and social systems - and works to address them through a series of legislative proposals within an integrated political program accompanied by practical, long-term partisan effort.
Expatriates have played a key role in securing the continuity of the Lebanese entity since its inception, despite many antagonisms such as their exclusion from political, economic, and social decisions, depriving them of their deposits and stealing their life’s work after the economic collapse in the year 2019. On October 17, expatriates were in the forefront of the protest movements abroad and provided support for reformist groups on the ground in Lebanon. They have always considered that their alienation and displacement was a result of the economic, political and security reality that the country experienced, due to the composition of its sectarian system and the choices of the corrupt political class.
Lebanon’s relationship with its expatriates must change through a systematic plan that includes the following: