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.
The issue of asylum is a humanitarian issue. A refugee is a person who forcibly left their country and cannot return to it for fear of persecution because of religion, nationality, or political opinion or affiliation, and therefore, a refugee is a victim. We at Minteshreen, from a humanitarian standpoint, can only stand by the victims of wars and conflicts, within the economic capabilities of our country, and in a manner that takes into account the concerns of the Lebanese society about any demographic changes that may occur in the country's population, especially after the number of Syrian refugees increased dramatically after the outbreak of the Syrian war.
Any solution to the refugee issue in Lebanon can only be achieved through a national plan, with the participation of the public sector in organization and implementation, as well as that of civil society organizations in Lebanon and international organizations, noting the following: