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Residents in the northern port city of Tripoli rallied Thursday against an underground parking lot in the city's Al-Tal Square, vowing not to allow the state to distort the city's historical image. Speeches during the rally emphasized that the city was in dire need of development projects rather than a parking lot that would paralyze it for three years.Protesters accused the city's prominent figures of pressuring the municipal council to change its decision regarding the project.Originally, the municipal council rejected the project, but approved it days later.A taxi driver chastised officials linked to the project, expressing fear that the project will prevent around 1,300 cab drivers from working for three years.
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