LF calls for restoring rights of Lebanese

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Lebanese Forces issued a statement on Saturday in which it said that since the parliament has granted labor rights to Palestinians in Lebanon, the government should now restore the rights of Lebanese citizens whose houses in villages east of Saida (Sidon) and elsewhere are occupied by Palestinians .

The approval of labor rights is a “historic event,” but to truly turn the page on the past the government should find alternate housing for the Palestinian occupants in order to allow the displaced Lebanese owners to return to their own homes .

LF said homes in Miyeh Miyeh, Darb al-Sim and other areas are occupied by Palestinians.

Parliament ratified on Tuesday a proposal amending the Lebanese Labor Law by granting Palestinian refugees in Lebanon the right to free-of-charge work permits and severance pay.

If the government can solve an issue as tough as Palestinian labor rights, then it should be able to solve this problem and give Lebanese citizens their rights, the statement added.

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4 responses to “LF calls for restoring rights of Lebanese”

  1. now thats a good and fair point. we need to reshuffle everyone into their right places.

    thats fair.

  2. now thats a good and fair point. we need to reshuffle everyone into their right places.

    thats fair.

  3. well there were some important issues

    they needed to do before they gave them right to work they should be all disarmed first completley befor they qualify for jobs bcse as it is right now they are all breaking the laws of lebanon (forigners bearing arms on lebanon land it is absolutley illegal therefore they should,nt have the right to work untill they comply with the laws of the land

    and if that is been fixed the other issue is the work permits should not exceed 5% of the lebaneese work force example

    if lebanon has a work force of 200000 then you max 10,000 permits to the palestinians it is only fair because such a small country could not support more jobs for foreigners more that than 5%

    and the rest of the palestinians work force should seek jobs else where like for example saudi arabia the richest country in the world should open the door for them to work

  4. well there were some important issues

    they needed to do before they gave them right to work they should be all disarmed first completley befor they qualify for jobs bcse as it is right now they are all breaking the laws of lebanon (forigners bearing arms on lebanon land it is absolutley illegal therefore they should,nt have the right to work untill they comply with the laws of the land

    and if that is been fixed the other issue is the work permits should not exceed 5% of the lebaneese work force example

    if lebanon has a work force of 200000 then you max 10,000 permits to the palestinians it is only fair because such a small country could not support more jobs for foreigners more that than 5%

    and the rest of the palestinians work force should seek jobs else where like for example saudi arabia the richest country in the world should open the door for them to work

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