A couple cover their faces as they drive past piled-up garbage in Beirut, Monday, July 27, 2015. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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The garbage crisis should have been solved before it took on a sectarian dimension, lawmakers quoted Speaker Nabih Berri as saying Wednesday.It was unclear what Berri was specifically referring to in his comments, but several officials have made remarks in recent days that suggest the trash crisis includes sectarian components.After meeting with Kataeb Party leader Sami Gemayel, Akram remarked that the garbage crisis threatens the political, economic, social, and financial well being of the country.
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