Protesters gather in Beirut's Riad al-Solh Square, July 15, 2018. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Protesters gathered in Downtown Beirut's Riad al-Solh Square Sunday in condemnation of the government's failure to provide basic services, also decrying rampant corruption and abysmal pollution levels throughout the country.Another Lebanese mother, Rana, told The Daily Star that parents who didn't attend the protest do not deserve to have children.The Sabaa Party came to the front after the "You Stink" protests against the garbage crisis in 2015, and was led by young activists that aimed to combat sectarianism, corruption and nepotism they claimed corrupted the established political parties in the country.
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