You Stink tents near the Grand Serail at Riad al-Solh Square in Beirut Sunday. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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The You Stink campaign is struggling for relevance amid the government's latest attempt to adopt a solution to the refuse crisis.However, not everyone is convinced that You Stink's latest plan will instigate any change.Others have predicted that the tactic might turn people against You Stink by posing an inconvenience to those who can't afford not reaching work on time. You Stink supporters erected tents at Riad al-Solh Square Saturday afternoon and called for a sit-in Sunday, but few people showed up.Other protestors offered a different perspective to explain You Stink's near demise.For You Stink, the dwindling number of demonstrators standing behind them hasn't affected their drive.
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