In October 2019, hundreds of thousands of Lebanese took to the streets to demand transparent governance, an end to corruption, and an overhaul of a failed political and financial system following the announcement of a string of austerity measures by the government of then-Prime Minister Saad Hariri.
Where did it all start?
We have more than 100 articles in the blog https://t.co/nF3JrYWzcb and they are scary.— lebfinance (@lebfinance) April 10, 2020
Unfortunately people are numbers for our lovely leaders (votes,accounts,muscle...)
The only thing we can do is spread awareness.
People need to understand what happened and change the leaders https://t.co/D1Wiol5XsD
Twitter uses try to guess who is behind the lebfinance account, joking that the person might be Marcel Ghanem, the host of a popular Lebanese TV news program. (Screengrab)
Who are the NERDS?
New paths to understanding
Here's a diagram showing the big picture.— Waël Atallah (@wael_atallah) April 11, 2020
Deposits gone one way and diluted in the system... pic.twitter.com/K5s7fycBZx