Tens of thousands of protesters filled Riad El Solh and Martyrs Square in Beirut alongside protesters in Sidon, Zouk, Antelias, Tripoli, Akkar, Kfar Roummane, Nabatieh, Aley, Furn El Chebek, Jal El Dib, Zahle, Baalbeck, Tyre, Qobb Elias, and Mazra’et Yashou’ in a “Sunday of Unity” demonstration.
Some protesters who had blocked the roads in Jal el Dib and Antelias in the evening were arrested.
Thousands of pro-Free Patriotic Movement (FPM) protesters gathered in front of Baabda Palace in support of President Michel Aoun and FPM leader Gebran Bassil. Aoun gave a speech alluding to one of the revolution’s chants, saying “I am with you and I love you; All of you means all of you. Caretaker Foreign Minister Bassil gave a speech where he reiterated the plan to fight corruption.
Feminist movements in Beirut marched from the Lebanese National Museum in Badaro towards Riad al Solh. This march brought light to the fact that this revolution is also asking for gender equality, social justice, and women’s rights.