On November 6, 2019, hundreds of people protested in front of the Lebanese Palace of Justice in order to put pressure on the Courts to move forward with the corruption cases and prosecute those who have been accused or contributed to corruption.
This demonstration also called for justice for Hussein Attar, one of the victims of the protest.
On November 6, 2019, people across the country put up a Lebanese flag on their windowsills, their doors, as well as off all their balconies in support of the Lebanese revolution, and its proclamation of “One flag we all share.”
6. Students standing up to proclaim: We Are the Red Line
Students across the country have been demonstrating outside their highschools and universities since November 6, 2019, refusing to attend their classes in order to protest corruption and unemployment across the country.
Over 200 protesters descended on the Touch’s headquarters in Beirut on November 5, 2019, demanding improvement in services from one of the two telecommunication service providers in Lebanon. The other telecom provider, Alfa, was the focus of a similar demonstration the same morning.
8. Protesters gathered at Eden Bay to counter appropriation of public property
A small number of protesters entered into Zaitunay Bay on November 5, 2019, where they sat on the ground and chanted slogans, demanding an end to seaside property violations and insisting that the area is public and not private property.
Protesters have been gatherings, every evening, in various sites across the country, around experts and members of civil society movements and getting informed and educated on their civic rights and constitutional procedures.
These are just some of the many events and activities that the protesters have been holding with one main constructive purpose and which are only a reflection of who the Lebanese are of people seeking a better Lebanon for all the nation.
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