Decree no. 614 dated October 27th 2008 provided for the distribution of the revenues of the Independent Municipal Fund for 2006 for the amount of LBP290 billion.
Voters, municipal councils and results of lebanese Municipal and Ikhtiariah elections of 2010.
Article 1 of Legislative Decree No. 118 of 30 June 1977 states that the municipality is a local government. Its enjoys financial autonomy and power of self-management. But it remains under the control and supervision of central government.
The occupancy of coastal public properties is both a paramount and a thorny matter.
Successive governments have drawn up many plans for projects with a view to develop the northern city and improve its economic prospects.
The Lebanese University was established in 1951 and consisted at the time of three faculties and one institute.
This brochure is intended to inform local and regional players, NGOs, policy-makers at all levels, social partners and consumers on EU strategy.
There are 2,812 schools in Lebanon which provide pre-university education to 917,877 students, of whom 32,000 have received the Baccalaureate Degree.
The Center for Education and Computer Studies, headed by Mr. Hamza Mustafa acquired its license to establish the Business and Computer College in the year 2000, under decree #3585 on August 7, 2000.
The purpose of this guide is to present the tools available to actors of decentralized cooperation to enable them to engage more in solidarity actions on water and sanitation.
LIU is part of the Better Future Association (Al Ghad Al Afdal Association) that is chaired by Minister and former MP Abdul Rahim Mrad.
Map of ongoing (2015) EU interventions: Agriculture, Environment, Local Development, Governance, Water and Sanitation, and Solid Waste Management
Construction of waterways for agriculture irrigation offers promises to Bezbina farmers and community (Aakkar)
This project aims to improve the protection of water resources in Lebanon and strengthen the skills of Lebanese municipalities in sanitation.