Bank Statement: Bank and Coalition Government

bank statement: Gen, according to The Japan Times. Sami Ramah, a spokesman for the retired soldiers, said they would stay at the bank, stopping employees from entering, until their demand of no cuts to the military budget was met. As about 100 protesters gathered outside the Central Bank, Lebanon's coalition government began holding its latest meeting to try to agree to a budget that would reduce the fiscal deficit in the heavily indebted state. ; The retired soldiers have blocked the Central Bank's three entrances, including the one for vehicles, said a Reuters video journalist who was there. There was no immediate Central Bank statement on whether the protest would affect its work on Monday. The government said on Friday it had agreed to tighten the allocation of financial incentives that are intended for soldiers on front-line duty but applied more widely in practice. Retired soldiers have been among the most vocal opponents of reported cuts in the draft budget, blocking roads with burning tires to protest any cuts to their pensions and benefits. ( As reported in the news.

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