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Activists scuffle with police at Beirut govt buildingThe We Want Accountability movement Thursday held an unannounced protest at the Central Inspection Department in Beirut's Verdun area to denounce a government plan to export trash. The activists, who surprised policemen at the building with their move, scuffled with security forces who tried to drag away protesters outside the building by force. Police locked the main gate of the building, trapping about 15 protesters inside, while about another 30 remained outside. Those who remained outside the building objected to the police move by shouting slogans. The Central Inspection Department is responsible for supervising the work of other public institutions and handling bidding processes that are related to public civil administration departments.When the police failed to drag away the protesters, a barrier was formed between the activists, who were standing on the first floor, and employee offices.Gen. Mohammad Ayyoubi informed protesters inside the building that they could head to the office of Awwad for a meeting.
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