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For the fourth day in a row, scores of demonstrators Sunday flocked to Downtown Beirut to protest against proposed taxes to fund the new wage hike for public employees.Another protest is scheduled on Wednesday at 12:00 p.m. in Riad al-Solh square.Coinciding with the protest against the taxes, Lebanese mothers married to foreigners gathered also in Riad al-Solh Square to demand the right to pass on their nationality to their children."Just like men married to foreign women pass on their nationality to their wives and kids, we want the same," a demonstrator at the rally told local Al Jadeed TV.Under Lebanese law, Lebanese women married to non-Lebanese men are unable to pass their nationality to their spouses and children.
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