To play a future role in the world economy, Lebanon needs political, social and economic stability. Lebanon is a center of commercial exchange, economy, finance, culture, education, tourism and the information media. It is due to become a center of modern technological and developed communications. However, the true horizons for this pioneering role will not take shape unless the principles of our parliamentary and democratic system are firmly established. Individual, media and intellectual freedoms should be preserved, while laws and regulations should be implemented soundly and fairly to affirm their immunity against transient and personal whims.

 These deeply rooted values and principles are the foundations of Lebanon. They guarantee the proper investment of the countryís potential sources of strength and excellence and the resources of a consolidated and developed Lebanese society.

 The challenges that Lebanon faces today may appear dangerous to some, but they are dwarfed by what Lebanon has managed to face in the past.

 The Lebanese, who have shown an aptitude for adapting to the economic and political changes taking place in the region and the world in the last two decades, are confidently able to adapt and deal with the change and challenge of the future.

 We need to depend in our revival on national accord, which we can achieve through dialogue in constitutional and civil institutions.

 We also need determination and cooperation to renew the confidence of the Lebanese, the Arabs and whole world in our country and in our nation. We must be loyal to our well-established values of accord, freedom and democracy. Above all, what we need is vision, then vision, and vision. Responsible vision, national vision and futuristic vision.


The Future Movement

- National Accord
- Co-exixtence
- Annulling Sectarianism in Politics
- Political Reform
- Modernizing and Reforming the Public Administration
- Foreign Policy and Lebanese-Arab Relations
I- Renewng confidence in Lebanonís role within its Arab milieu and in the whole world.
II- Strengthening Lebanonís brotherhood, friendship and cooperative relations with other Arab countries.
III- Emphasizing Lebanonís distinguished relations with Syria.
IV- Developing the role of Lebanonís diplomacy in the countryís economic, social and cultural progress.
V- Addressing Lebanese communities all over the world.
- The Role of Society and the Youth
- The Role of Education
- Democracy and Socio-economic Revival
I- Consolidating democracy, freedoms, the rule of law and the independence of the judiciary, and developing the foundations of justice in the state.
II- Renewing confidence in the Lebanese economy and polishing Lebanonís distinctive economic characteristics.
III- Activating an economically rewarding foreign policy.
IV- Resolving the public financial situation.

Reducing production cost

   1- Privatization
   2- Encouraging productive sectors
VI- Capitalizing on human resources, developing their qualities, encouraging their productivity, and establishing an accountability system according to the level of productivity and the quality of performance.
VII- Enhancing and activating social services and improving their returns.
VIII- Emphasizing the importance of legislative stability.


Stressing the Rule of Law