October 18, 2019
- The government abandons the proposals and Prime Minister Saad Hariri calls for cooperation within the coalition government to draw up a solution plan for the crisis and help meet the demands of the protestors.
- The protests continue to intensify.
- Riot police fires tear gas on protesters.
- The offices of representatives of the Hezbollah and Amal Movement in Nabatiyye, as well as the office of Free Patriotic Movement in Tripoli, are vandalized.
- Banks shut down.
October 19, 2019
- The Maronite Lebanese Forces party (LF) withdraws its four ministers from the government and calls on Hariri to resign.
- Hezbollah’s secretary general Hassan Nasrallah makes a speech validating the economic grievances of the protesters but calls against the resignation of the government.
- Armed pro-Amal thugs attack protesters in Tyre.
- Former MP Mosbah al-Ahdab’s bodyguards fire on protesters in Tripoli and injure four protesters, after the former MP was kicked out from amongst the protesters.
- The first martyr of the revolution, Hussein Al-Attar was shot while protesting and blocking the airport road.
October 24, 2019
November 12, 2019
- Parliamentary legislative session postponed to November 19 after protestors vied to block the road to the parliament.
- Third speech for Hezbollah’s secretary general Hassan Nasrallah.
- Second martyr of the revolution, Alaa Abou Fakher shot down in protests following a televised interview with president Aoun.
November 25, 2019
- Two die in a car accident after hitting a roadblock set by protestors, provoking pro-Hezbollah and Amal movement supporters.
- Pro-Hezbollah and Amal movement supporters attack protest camps in Tyre.
- Pro-Hezbollah and Amal movement supporters circulate in motorcycle convoys in Cola area and clash with supporters of Saad Hariri.
November 26, 2019
- For a third night in a row, clashes broke out in several cities and towns across Lebanon: clashes between supporters of Kataeb party and Free Patriotic Movement in Bekfaya, Amal and Hezbollah supporters trash protest camps in Baalbek.
- Clashes between Chyah and Ain Remmeneh areas, a prominent dividing line from the Civil war, incite sectarian tensions.