“Let me speak frankly. The Lebanese do not expect fruitful results from this meeting. In the view of the Lebanese people, this meeting will be like those that came before it. And after, it will […]
After a pause for a little over a month with the covid-19 lockdown, new protests have erupted in Lebanon, as the situation for workers has become desperate. Unemployment has reached 30%, while hyperinflation is worsening, […]
A new stage of the economic crisis in Lebanon was reached on Monday 9 March, as the state defaulted on a £1.2bn euro-bond – the first default in the country’s history. This debt will prove […]
Last year, a mass, non-sectarian protest movement in Lebanon arose over the burdens of crippling taxes, a lack of services, high unemployment, and government corruption. The daily protests and street blockades forced the resignation of […]
Recent weeks have seen major cities and entire countries around the world shaken by mass revolts. The ruling classes are challenged by populations angry and embittered by combination of threats of oppression, years of austerity, […]
Build a united struggle of workers and youth – for a socialist alternative to communal divisions, poverty and war!
Interview with Tamer Mahdi, CWI member in Lebanon
Need to build an independent workers’ movement to confront terror, sectarianism and poverty
Workers’ unity against big business shows potential for anti-sectarian, socialist alternative
A workers’ alternative is urgently needed!