Protesters intended to take the streets during the session, with road closures and mass demonstrations being planned to block access to the parliament building.
The meeting, surrounded in controversy and boycotted by many Parliamentarians themselves has been at the center of today’s and tomorrow’s news.
Reuters was the first to report that Berri postponed the meeting to next week – reportedly in order “to revise” the agenda?
Since the parliamentary session was initially announced, propaganda and guessing games have been circulating online about the reasoning behind its agenda – as protesters will most likely hit the streets tomorrow anyway.
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