What I like about this initiative is that they have an electoral platform posted on their website [Vote2013.org] covering almost all the topics you could think of.
They are divided as follows:
– Administrative & Municipalities Reform
– Lebanese Heritage
– Parliament Reform
– Public Transportation
– Sustainable Development
– National Dialogue and Civil War Memory
– Budget and Taxation
– Foreign Domestic Workers Rights
– Non Smoking Law
– ICT Reform & Online Freedoms
– Hunting Laws
– Electoral Reform
– Women’s Rights
One of the topics that wasn’t mentioned is security, how to deal with the armed groups and the spread of weapons across Lebanon. Added to that, there isn’t a pragmatic approach to several topics, nor a study to back the implementation of few reforms but at least they have something to start with.
Last but not least, it would be nice to know who is really behind this campaign and who will fund it because they will be needing hundreds of thousands of dollars for a campaign like that when elections come.