It's not just Lebanon's glass ceiling that needs tearing down, it's the whole building

The very worst thing that could have happened after the Beirut port explosion on 4 August, is exactly what happened: nothing changed. This nothingness prevails in static, archaic politics conducted by the same group of men who knew that the explosives were stored at the port for over six years.More than three months later, over 200 deaths and still 6,000 wounded with 300,000 homes destroyed, there has not been a single arrest, and only a small group of members of parliament have resigned. They include Beirut’s representative Paula Yaacoubian, the only independent and female voice in parliament…

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