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بيان ٢٦

يتم تداول معلومات مفادها ان مبعوث وزارة الخارجية الفرنسية سيقوم بلقاءات تمثل الحراك المدني و من خلفه الانتفاضة الشعبية بعد ان عجزت المنظومة الحاكمة عن القيام بتنصيب ممثلين لهذه الانتفاضة.
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#القوة_للناس #لبنان_يثور #لبنان_ينتفض
اذ ترفض لحقي اي تدخل خارجي وتواصل من جهات خارجية مع مجموعات سياسية لبنانية، فهي تعتبر ان اليوم اكثر من اي وقت مضى: لا قيادة ولا تفاوض وليس هناك مشروعية لأي جهة او مجموعة تتحدث او تتصل بالسلطة او باي مبعوث خارجي باسم الثورة والمنتفضين،
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وان اي توزير لأفراد مستقلين ذوي تاريخ معارض لا يعني تحقيق تمثيل الثورة والحراك في الحكومة.

فلا تمثيل للناس المنتفضة الا من خلال الانتخابات النيابية على اساس قانون انتخابي عادل.

وعليه تشدد لحقي ان مطلب الناس واضحة ولا تستدعي مفاوضات:
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On Lebanon's civil society: I have noticed that a number of observers are trying to understand the #LebanonProtests. The protests are not magic.They’re product of years of work:The work of Lebanon's civil society that needs to be acknowledged. #لبنان_يثور #لبنان__ينتفض #Beirut
1)Many remember the protests in 2015 that were covered by international media- now since that year, activists managed to achieve successes in some areas for first time, challenging the existing political system they're fighting. I will focus on elections in 2017/18:
2) In 2017, civil society won in the Beirut Order of Engineers polls. Jad Tabet, backed by Beirut Madinati coalition was able to beat a candidate supported by traditional parties. That was a major victory for civil society. Read here: dailystar.com.lb/News/Lebanon-N…
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Lebanon wants to charge 20 cents a day for internet calls like FaceTime, Facebook calls and Whatsapp aje.io/cgfyw
Protests erupt in Beirut after Lebanon's government announces a tax on WhatsApp and other internet calls aje.io/cgfyw
⚡️ "It's time for accountability" and "Lebanon rises" - why are people in Lebanon protesting?
#اجا_وقت_نحاسب
#لبنان_يثور

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Protesters in Lebanon are gathering downtown and blocking some roads with burning tires against government attempts to increase taxes. Though it’s unclear, disorganized and chaotic, one thing is clear: people are frustrated w/ the economic situation.
This comes after fires that spread across the country and the state was helpless to put them out bc the government didn’t pay to maintain the aircraft capable of putting out fires. People have had enough it seems
Protests in Lebanon continue. So much discontent over decades of corruption, economic stagnation and decline and a political elite that enriched itself while the country crumbles. This is similar I think to the frustrations that provoked protests in Iraq.
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