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The President of the Lebanese Republic, the Prime Minister and the Head of the Parliament


The area of the new maritime seaside stretching between, Tripoli and al-Mina, is one of the rare maritime spaces that is still open for the public. The touristic project, which is supposed to be built over that spot, will reclaim around 700,000 meters of the sea’s land, and kill what is left of the fauna and flora in the area and its surroundings.
The owners of the touristic project claim that it will create job opportunities for Tripolitans, which raises many unanswered questions of a practical nature (cliché reason).
We, as Lebanese and citizens residents of Tripoli, object to this project, since it will privatize the maritime coast, and transform it to a zone of profit for the rich and powerful.
 Yes for preserving the maritime seaside as a public space open for all.
The area of the new maritime seaside stretching between, Tripoli and al-Mina, is one of the rare maritime spaces that is still open for the public. The touristic project, which is supposed to be built over that spot, will reclaim around 700,000 meters of the sea’s land, and kill what is left of the fauna and flora in the area and its surroundings.
The owners of the touristic project claim that it will create job opportunities for Tripolitans, which raises many unanswered questions of a practical nature (cliché reason).
We, as Lebanese and citizens residents of Tripoli, object to this project, since it will privatize the maritime coast, and transform it to a zone of profit for the rich and powerful.
 Yes for preserving the maritime seaside as a public space open for all.
The area of the new maritime seaside stretching between, Tripoli and al-Mina, is one of the rare maritime spaces that is still open for the public. The touristic project, which is supposed to be built over that spot, will reclaim around 700,000 meters of the sea’s land, and kill what is left of the fauna and flora in the area and its surroundings.
The owners of the touristic project claim that it will create job opportunities for Tripolitans, which raises many unanswered questions of a practical nature (cliché reason).
We, as Lebanese and citizens residents of Tripoli, object to this project, since it will privatize the maritime coast, and transform it to a zone of profit for the rich and powerful.
 Yes for preserving the maritime seaside as a public space open for all.
The area of the new maritime seaside stretching between, Tripoli and al-Mina, is one of the rare maritime spaces that is still open for the public. The touristic project, which is supposed to be built over that spot, will reclaim around 700,000 meters of the sea’s land, and kill what is left of the fauna and flora in the area and its surroundings.
The owners of the touristic project claim that it will create job opportunities for Tripolitans, which raises many unanswered questions of a practical nature (cliché reason).
We, as Lebanese and citizens residents of Tripoli, object to this project, since it will privatize the maritime coast, and transform it to a zone of profit for the rich and powerful.
 Yes for preserving the maritime seaside as a public space open for all.

The Lebanese Coast is not more than a mere 210 Km.

Many parts of the coast are polluted and or with illegal constructions.

Less than 5 % of the coast remains Clean and untouched.

We believe Leaders Can Help Influence a Change like this but they cannot do it alone without Involving their Local Population….

We Urge You to Take Immediate Action and help protecting our Unique Coastal Heritage and remaining free access spaces to the Public

Free Beach Access is a Fundamental Right to every Resident in every Country in the World... (Except Lebanon)

Enforce the Existing Laws on Coast and Beach Management, which Clearly Outlaws all existing beach establishment

We wish you a Great Success for Implementing this Noble and Essential Mission

The Lebanese Citizens, the Lebanese Diaspora, All Friends of Humans, Nature, Environment and Lebanon WorldWide.

Signed,

Gabriel Harmonia

This petition closed over 1 year ago

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How many mountains needed to be destroyed to reclame the sea, destroy the sea flora and fauna, prohibit the Public from its well-being and free shore access...?

The area of the new maritime...

How many mountains needed to be destroyed to reclame the sea, destroy the sea flora and fauna, prohibit the Public from its well-being and free shore access...?

The area of the new maritime seaside stretching between, Tripoli and al-Mina, is one of the rare maritime spaces that is still open for the public. The touristic project, which is supposed to be built over that spot, will reclaim around 700,000 meters of the sea's land, and kill what is left of the fauna and flora in the area and its surroundings.


The owners of the touristic project claim that it will create job opportunities for Tripolitans, which raises many unanswered questions of a practical nature (cliché reason).


We, as Lebanese and citizens residents of Tripoli, object to this project, since it will privatize the maritime coast, and transform it to a zone of profit for the rich and powerful.


 Yes for preserving the maritime seaside as a public space open for all.

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