A woman shouts slogans during the protest in Beirut. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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The You Stink movement Monday vowed to press on with street protests until their demands for the environment minister's resignation and the decentralization of the waste sector are met.You Stink activist Ali Sleem summarized the movement's timeline to remind everyone how it started and highlighted its main events and milestones.If security forces who attacked protesters were not held to account, then You Stink also wants to see the resignation of Interior Minister Nouhad Machnouk, Bazzi said.A few thousand people protested Sunday in Downtown Beirut to condemn the country's political elite and call for an end to the garbage crisis in the fifth demonstration organized by the "You Stink" campaign in less than a month.
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