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Dozens of people with disabilities gathered Thursday in Beirut's Riad al-Solh Square as Cabinet met, protesting inaccessible polling stations in the hope of being able to vote in next month's parliamentary elections.Polling stations across Lebanon are ill-equipped to accommodate citizens with disabilities, with no braille ballot papers for blind voters or volunteers to assist voters with physical handicaps, according to a recent statement on the Lebanese Physical Handicapped Union's website.
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