Protesters demand the release of activist Tarek al-Mallah during a rally outside the Beirut Justice Palace, Wednesday, July 29, 2015. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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The activists met with Ibrahim and then later State Prosecutor Samir Hammoud outside the courthouse after being banned from entering the premises by police officers guarding the entrance.Among the complaints filed by the activists was one regarding the brawl that erupted during Parliament's Energy Committee meeting earlier this week.Badreddine said the other two complaints submitted by the activists included one linked to the Sibline cement factory that allegedly receives a direct electricity supply from the Jiyyeh power plant without paying any fees, and claims by an energy minister adviser over attempts to privatize Electricite du Liban.
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