Lebanon protests in 34th day with no end of crisis in sight

No political figure has been found to assume the premiership in the face of unending protests against regime corruption which on Monday went into their 34th day. The resigned PM Saad Hariri has joined the demonstrators’demand for a cabinet of technicians instead of the traditional politicians to tackle Lebanon’s deep economic crisis. Day by day, the protesters return to the main city squares and highways after being chased away. Another attempt to convene a parliament session on Tuesday has failed.

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3 thoughts on “Lebanon protests in 34th day with no end of crisis in sight

  • Nov 18, 2019 @ 20:37 at 20:37
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    Nasrallah’s fall shouldn’t seriously harm, I guess.
    He’s not sitting very high above ground.

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    • Nov 18, 2019 @ 21:50 at 21:50
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      THE TRANNIE NUTSWALLOWER WILL BE GRABBING HER FAVORITE LITTLE ARAB BOYS AND FLEEING FROM HER CLOSET TO IRAN ANY DAY NOW FOR ASYLUM

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  • Nov 18, 2019 @ 20:47 at 20:47
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