Protests in Lebanon resume and gain momentum

Multiple protesters took to the streets of Lebanon on Sunday to demonstrate their dissatisfaction with the deep economic crisis and the political stagnation that has left the country without a government for over two months.

Chanting anti-government slogans in the capital of Lebanon, Beirut, the northern city of Tripoli and the southern city of Nabatieh, they also denounced a class of political leaders they consider to be incompetent and corrupt.

In Beirut, hundreds of protesters marched to the Parliament, making stops at the state-run electricity company and the headquarters of the Association of Banks.