Demonstrations in Beirut have resumed Sunday as protesters stormed the building of the Lebanese Ministry of Labor, as well as the Ministry for Displaced Persons, chanting "We are the state," Al-Hadath TV reported.
The Lebanese army has warned the protesters not to go beyond peaceful protests. "We will deal accordingly with persons carrying out violence," the statement said.
MTV television reported that security forces were using tear gas and rubber bullets.
The demonstrators managed to remove one of the metal fences protecting the parliament building, and they threw explosives.
And according to Reuters, a fire broke out at the entrance of the parliament when the protesters tried to break through the fence.