There is little energy left as the Covid-19 pandemic spreads, unemployment rises and the capital city reels from a huge explosion in August that left thousands homeless.
Hundreds of people had been marching in the capital as part of a historic wave of protests that has swept Lebanon since October 17, furious at a ruling elite that steered the country towards its worst economic crisis in decades.
Anti-government protests swept across the country, has given Mohamad Alameddine a broader audience as protesters denounced the very same issues he had been drawing all along.
Lebanese protesters are vowing to keep up their street movement until all their demands are met, including the formation of a technocratic government.
Hundreds gathered near the government headquarters and parliament building in central Beirut where riot police were deployed.
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