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 Lebanese protesters resumed on Wednesday their demonstrations all over the country against the cabinet s policies amid a meeting for the parliament to approve draft laws the National News Agency reported Protesters drove their cars while holding Lebanese flags and vowing to resume their nationwide protests given the dire economic circumstances and the inability of the government to adopt policies that would reduce poverty in the country Protesters demanded early parliamentary elections in hope of a complete change in the current political class Meanwhile protesters in Sidon urged the government to allow them to reopen their businesses to generate some income to feed their families after a month of general mobilization amid COVID 19 outbreak which had a huge impact on work and living conditions On the other hand part timers working at Mina municipality in Tripoli prevented employees from entering the municipality while asking the government to pay their pending salaries Lebanon had witnessed last year nationwide protests in the country which led to the resignation of former Prime Minister Saad Hariri and the appointment of Hassan Diab as new prime minister The current government is working on drafting a strategy aimed at saving Lebanon from further financial collapse after the country defaulted on its public debt earlier this year XINHUA
Protests resumed in Lebanon against gov’t policies

National News Agency

Lebanese protesters resumed on Wednesday their demonstrations all over the country against the cabinet’s policies amid a meeting for the parliament to approve draft laws, the National News Agency reported.

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Protesters drove their cars while holding Lebanese flags and vowing to resume their nationwide protests given the dire economic circumstances and the inability of the government to adopt policies that would reduce poverty in the country.

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Protesters demanded early parliamentary elections in hope of a complete change in the current political class.

Meanwhile, protesters in Sidon urged the government to allow them to reopen their businesses to generate some income to feed their families after a month of general mobilization amid COVID-19 outbreak which had a huge impact on work and living conditions.

On the other hand, part timers working at Mina municipality in Tripoli prevented employees from entering the municipality while asking the government to pay their pending salaries.

Lebanon had witnessed last year nationwide protests in the country which led to the resignation of former Prime Minister Saad Hariri and the appointment of Hassan Diab as new prime minister.

The current government is working on drafting a strategy aimed at saving Lebanon from further financial collapse after the country defaulted on its public debt earlier this year.
(XINHUA)

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