Lebanon: People Take To Streets To Protest Against WhatsApp Call Tax

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People in Lebanon came out to the public places in the capital city of Beirut and other places on October 20 to protest against taxing of Whatsapp calls

Written By Jitesh Vachhatani | Mumbai | Updated On:

Scores of people in Lebanon came out to the public places in the capital city of Beirut and other places on October 20 to join the largest protests in the country since 2005. The protests were staged in revolt after the government of Lebanon unveiled new tax proposals. Public anger surged after parliament passed an austerity budget in July as part of efforts to unlock $11 billion.

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