Monday, April 18, 2016

Geryes Taxi vs Beirut Madinati

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What’s there to add to the following videos? That Municipal elections are around the corner and that two very different visions of Lebanon will be competing?

What's there to say expect that Lebanese in general and Beirutis in particular have a choice – to put it simply (and symbolically)– between the Beirut Madinati citizen initiative (that advocates “the primacy of the public good, social justice, transparency, and stewardship of our city for future generations” and talks of “affordability, mobility, waste management, air quality, public spaces, basic services, and municipal governance”) and Geryes Taxi zimboum-zimboum?

Watch, listen and take your pick.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's shameful to live here..

Anonymous said...

Does a mokhtar have any power to make or propose policy decisions? Isn't he just an elected clerk?

Anonymous said...

A mokhrar is not ra2is l baladiyye