Lebanon approved an emergency package of economic reforms on Monday in response to nationwide protests against economic mismanagement, but demonstrations continued and foreign investors said the moves did not go far enough.
Hundreds of thousands of people have flooded the streets since Thursday (October 17), furious at a political class they accuse of pushing the economy to the point of collapse.
On Monday protesters blocked roads for a fifth day across the country. Schools, banks and businesses were closed. Banks would remain shut on Tuesday