The Lebanese system of political confessionalism (al-taifiyya al-siyasiyya) or political sectarianism was originally a response to a sociological and ideological challenge. A sectarian distribution of power had already been adopted under the Ottoman Empire, since the creation of the administrative region of Lebanon in the 19th century, in the heart of modern Lebanon. The system of government established after Lebanon`s civil war in 1860, the Mutasarrifiyya, as the agreement previously adopted to end the conflict of 1840, accepted the various religious sects as political actors. In the post-1860 period and under the authority of an Ottoman Non-Arab Christian Governor, known as Mutasarrif, a board of directors was created, where seats were reserved for the six main religious sects in Lebanon, in proportion to their total number.18 After agreement with the Prime Minister, you give the decree to form the cabinet. “Adjustment policy” the way forward for Bahrain`s democracy can be defined as the relationship or balance between state power and individual freedom. If so, a democratic system of government can take many forms. Bahrain has an excellent constitution that supports its development phase, gives it a constitutional monarchy and a nascent parliamentary system and develops political conventions in the last three parliaments, with fundamental, economic and social rights for its citizens. Over the past decade, great strides have been made in the royal reform project and the 2030 economic vision. I think the way forward is housing policy. Each group will strive to work for the emancipation of its supporters.
Heads of state or government, strong in their positions, can conclude agreements and agreements, taking into account the interests of the nation first. Peaceful negotiations are the only way forward. The study of historical repositories can support the process. With existing institutions and national dialogue, Bahrain can reach widely supported or unanimous solutions. D. The problem of evacuees in Lebanon must be fundamentally resolved and the right of every Lebanese displaced since 1975 to return to the place from which they were deported is recognized. Legislation is passed to guarantee this right and to ensure reconstruction funds. Considering that the objective of the Lebanese State is to spread its authority over all Lebanese territories by its own forces, represented primarily by the internal security forces, and in view of the fraternal relations that bind Syria to the authority of the Lebanese State within a specified period of more than two years, starting with the ratification of the Charter of the National Agreement. , election of the President of the Republic, formation of the national cabinet agreement, and the adoption of constitutional political reforms.