Sporadic protests quickly spread across , with massive crowds gathering in Beirut, Tripoli, Jounieh and Akkar. Widespread mismanagement and corruption have plagued Lebanon, finally catching up with elected officials as the local currency loses value for the first time in more than two decades.

“It’s my first time protesting because I’m fed up. All this corruption is dragging the country into more poverty and we should finally speak up" Aline Mahdi told Annahar.

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