Lebanon protests over lack of electricity

Proper power supply, which has been lacking since 1975, is one of the demands of the country's anti-government demonstrators.

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    Protesters in Lebanon have been on the streets for almost a month.

    Among their long list of demands is adequate electricity supply.

    Consecutive governments have failed to provide people with 24-hour electricity since 1975.

    Al Jazeera's Stefanie Dekker reports from Beirut.


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