Many roads are cut, especially in northern Lebanon but also in the capital Beirut where protesters are starting to gather at the junctions leading to the sports city. A demonstration is currently taking place in Tripoli, place Abdel Hakim Karamé, to protest against the sudden rise of the dollar against the Lebanese pound which reached 17,400 LL / USD to buy and 17,500 LL / USD to sell per hour. where these lines are written. Thus, the roads at the level of the locality of Halba see traffic being interrupted. Road traffic is severely disrupted in other localities. In Saida, traders closed their curtains also denouncing the deterioration of the value of the Lebanese pound which reached 94% compared to its value before the economic crisis.