quinta-feira, 17 de setembro de 2015

Lebanese continue protests against the ' garbage crisis '

#Lebanon security detain Journalist nidalayoub and several protestors from <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/YouStink?src=hash">#YouStink</a> now. Via <a href="https://twitter.com/JadYateem">JadYateem pic.twitter.com/KbJjuUkpjA</a>

Since July that multiply the protests against the ' garbage crisis ' in the Lebanese capital, after the closure of the country's largest trash can:

"We expect more Lebanese come see how they are dealing with citizens who are protesting peacefully and in a civilized and democratic way," says Samir El-Helou, a participant in the protest.

The demonstrators also require the holding of new parliamentary elections:

"They are rejecting the resignation of the Government, we tried to have a dialogue but this has led to any important result," says Nahla Thebian another protester.

The country lives a crisis for over a year. In addition to the problem with the municipal solid waste the Lebanon is without President since May of 2014, when it ended the mandate of Michel Suleiman.

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