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The challenges of regaining trust

Rubina Abu Zeinab-Chahine|- Lebanon’s mass revolt against corruption, poverty and the absence of state presence is the country’s largest uprising since the Cedar Revolution of 2005. Demonstrators took the streets of many city centers across the country to protest against corruption and unachieved reforms. The Lebanese stood firm in large peaceful gatherings that overcome all sectarian and social borders. Observers say one of the outstanding features of these protests is how demonstrators have shaken off the sectarian splits to connect in collective grievances
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