Lebanon objection increases as their currency descends
Dozens of people have taken to the streets in cities all over Lebanon amid increasing protests as the country faces a collapse in its currency.
Outrage has surged as the Lebanese pound tumbled to record lows, having lost 70% of its value since October when protests began.
The prime minister has called an emergency cabinet meeting to discuss the economic crisis.
The protests paused during coronavirus lockdown but recently resumed.
The depreciation of the Lebanese pound has plunged the country into its worst economic crisis in decades.
Dozens of Lebanese citizens who rely on hard currency savings have fallen into poverty and their plight worsened by the Corona Virus