I’m so glad, a political party in Lebanon has organised an internal election today, to ask the voters from the grassroots partisans to choose their candidates for the parliamentarian election.
Good step for CPL. But, but where are the women candidates on those lists?!!! A big party such as CPL needs to have more women leaders in the party! Women who work on political decisions, not brunches or our “terwi2as”. Where are the women on the lists of tayyar???? How many where they?? Can we have all their names?
When we ask for a women quota, these are not just words! Political parties need to name their women as political candidates, the party need to help women arrive to all leadership positions!!!!
I can’t see the next elections without asking where r the women candidates of CPL??
I’m sure many of the militants and partisans are women, great leaders, they need to be on the lists!!! The 71% of voters why didn’t they vote for the women in the lists??? How many did vote for women? Why? Are partisans not acquainted of voting for women in political parties??
Below is a snapshot taken from alain aoun timeline. Btw brackets mabrouk alain, simon and ibrahim! W …
I need answers from CPL leadership!
below are the official results of the elections of Tayyar as published on Tayyar:
Only 3 women figured on the lists of Tayyar in all Kada2 for July 2016 elections.
- Rindala Jabbour in Bekaa gharbi ( won by tazkiyi)
- Katia Kiwan in Chouf ( 39 votes)
- Nadine Neemeh in Baabda ( 65 votes)