You Stink protesters march towards Downtown Beirut during a rally in Beirut, Sunday, Sept. 20, 2015. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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"You Stink" called for a strike Wednesday to be followed by a demonstration the next day to protest the government's failed attempts to establish a solution to the trash crisis and political corruption.Bourjeily reiterated You Stink's stance on a number of issues in an effort to dispel rumors and clarify the movement's objectives.You Stink also urged Cabinet to make decisions and issue decrees necessary to resolve the trash crisis, and described Agricultural Minister Akram Chehayeb's plan as "only ink on paper".Environmentalists also critiqued the use of landfills and the citizens of Naameh refused to reopen the landfill for even a day.
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