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Hundreds of commuters were stuck in traffic Thursday morning when public drivers blocked vital roads across the country, in line with a protest against the privatization of automotive inspection centers and a fee hike in services.Commuters were forced to take alternate roads, as many public and private schools closed their doors across Lebanon when students and teachers were unable to find a means of transportation.This comes one day after the union renewed calls for drivers to escalate their protests across the country, urging citizens to participate in the rally, which coincides with a planned Cabinet session. Inspection centers across the country have been closed since drivers began sit-ins earlier this month.
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