Local politics and economy in Lebanon are deeply influenced by key events and challenges. Presidential and parliamentary elections shape the political landscape, while debates on federalism and decentralization drive discussions on governance structures. Fiscal policy remains a crucial focus, especially amid economic and social problems exacerbated by the Lebanese revolution. Furthermore, the Lebanese-Israeli border conflict and ongoing maritime dispute negotiations have significant implications for Lebanon’s resources. The country’s economy has faced severe strains, leading to discussions with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for potential financial assistance and reforms. Furthermore, the tragic Beirut port explosion has further compounded the economic challenges faced by the country. Balancing political stability with economic recovery is a pressing challenge for Lebanon, as it navigates through internal and external pressures. Efforts to address these complex issues are essential to revive the economy and improve the lives of the Lebanese people.