With the Lebanese Lira reaching an all-time low, gasoline costs considerably rising, political stalemate, and no resolution in sight, Lebanese have taken to the streets throughout Lebanon.
Since this morning, the next have been blocked on and off:
The street linking Borj Chmali and Tyre southbound. Blocked with tires and rubbish bins. Protestors cited the ailing livelihood and financial scenario.
Beddawai-Tripoli freeway on each areas. Blocked with vehicles and automobiles. Dire livelihood circumstances and the drastic devaluation of the Lebanese Lira have been cited as causes.
The street resulting in the Central Financial institution and Ministry of Inside in Hamra is closed largely by safety forces as protestors burned tires on the entrance of Banque du Liban. Citing the drastic devaluation of the Lebanese Lira.
The southern entrance of Baalbek metropolis. Blocked by van drivers citing the skyrocketing trade price and the deteriorating livelihood circumstances.
Outdated Sidon street in Chiyah each instructions.
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