Electricity, mobiles and cash-a snapshot of Lebanese grievances

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Lebanese are protesting outside failing state agencies they see as part of a corrupt system in the hands of the ruling elite, as well as at banks they deem part of the problem.

Protesters accuse sectarian political leaders of exploiting state resources for their own gain through networks of patronage and clientelism that mesh business and politics.

Where have Lebanese protested and why?

ELECTRICITY

Lebanon’s electricity sector is at the heart of its financial crisis, bleeding some $2 billion in state funds every year while failing to provide 24-hour...


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Electricity, mobiles and cash-a snapshot of Lebanese grievances


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