Protesters in Beirut occupied the buildings of the Foreign Ministry and the Ministry of Economy of Lebanon, Al Jadeed TV channel reported.
Besides, according to Al-Hadath, protesters in Beirut are storming the building of the Ministry of the Environment. Earlier, protesters burned a portrait of the President of the Republic, Michel Aoun, and declared the Foreign Ministry building their headquarters.
Lebanese PM Hassan Diab has proposed to hold snap parliamentary elections to overcome the crisis.
The situation requires exceptional decisions, and the only way out of the crisis is snap elections, he noted.
Diab promised to put forward such an initiative at a cabinet meeting on Tuesday. According to him, the government may remain in power for two months to prepare a national decision.