Lebanon: A human rights agenda

Nine months after his appointment, Lebanon’s Prime Minister has finally been able to form a cabinet that will present its agenda to parliament on 12 February 2019 for a vote of confidence. The parliament itself was elected after a five-year delay; until then Lebanese voters had been barred from heading to the polls. Amnesty International today calls on the Lebanese authorities to prioritize human rights and specifically to address nine core issues the organization believes are essential to ensuring a more just and equitable future for Lebanon.

Choose a language to view report

Download PDF