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Anti government protests are continuing in Lebanon where a new cabinet is in place nearly four months after the country's prime minister resigned NPR's Deborah Amos in Beirut says Lebanon is experiencing its worst economic crisis in decades the new prime minister sixty year old house and DO is a university professor his cabinet is made up of specialist technocrats do you have said the new cabinet filled the demands of the protesters but that seems unlikely these cabinet ministers are backed by traditional political parties the deal finalized when Hezbollah agreed on the names with our