BEIRUT: The Internal Security Forces announced Tuesday a series of measures and traffic directives to be implemented during Parliament’s two-day legislative session starting April 9.
According to the ISF statement, Banks Street in Downtown Beirut will be closed to motorists as of 7 a.m. and will remain closed until the end of the legislative sessions.
The area from the Zoqaq al-Blat neighborhood to Riad al-Solh Square including the Markaziah Building will also be cordoned off, as well as the area between the An-Nahar building and Banks Street.
The ISF has asked motorists to abide by the instructions of the police deployed in the area.
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