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The Lebanese Constitution, as the vast majority of contemporary constitutions, describes the basic principles of the state, the structures and procedures of the government, but also the fundamental rights and freedoms of citizens that cannot be changed by an ordinary legislative act. Still too often Citizens have little knowledge about the rights and duties stipulated in the Constitution.
In this light, Dr. Marie Ghantous interviews each week a legal expert on different constitutional topics and developments, shedding light on legal notions and giving the public the possibility to submit their questions live during the show.
Past radio shows:
15/10/2020: The relation between the Constitution and the Rule of Law
Professor Antoine Messarra, Professor of Constitutional Law.
22/10/2020: The Different Political Systems in the World
Dr. Adel Yammine, Lawyer and Professor for Constitutional Law at the Lebanese University and University La Sagesse.
29/10/2020: The Concept of Separation of Powers
Dr. Wissam El-Lahham, Professor of Constitutional Law at the University Saint-Joseph
05/11/2020: The State Budget in the Constitution
Dr. Ghada Ayoub, Professor of Public Finance at the Lebanese University.
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12/11/2020: The Overlapping Competences of the President and the Prime Minister
Dr. Ali Mourad, Professor of Constitutional and Administrative Law at the Beirut Arab University.
19/11/2020: The Judicial Power and Its Independence
Nizar Saghieh, Lawyer, Human Rights Activist, Founder of The Legal Agenda
Upcoming radio shows:
26/11/2020: Rule of Procedure of the Lebanese Parliament
H.E. Ghassan Moukheiber, Former Member of the Lebanese Parliament