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Thousands of demonstrators and several civil society groups have begun arriving at Martyrs Square to pressure the government to find a solution to the garbage crisis after the country's political leaders began an emergency Cabinet session Wednesday.Several thousand protests poured into Martyrs' Square as part of Prime Minister Tammam Salam said at the beginning of the first all-party session, held at the Parliament in Downtown's Nejmeh Square, that he called for an extraordinary Cabinet session to take place at 5:00 PM at the Grand Serail.The dialogue aims at ending the 15 month presidential vacuum and reviving the roles of the Cabinet and Parliament. The Lebanese Red Cross also erected tents in Martyrs' Square in preparation for the large protest at 6 p.m., media reports said.
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