Livestreams, Pics&Videos: Social Media Pages To Keep Abreast With Protests

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Stop living in a bubble and pretend as if today it’s business as usual. If you are a social media junkie, no doubt you’ve randomly bumped into pictures and videos of the ongoing (but banned) protest.

In a country where state-owned radio and tv media tend to be unevenly shared between parties, social media is often used to share news of what’s happening during these kinds of protests. So if you are interested to follow the proceedings of the demonstration, here are social media accounts and pages to follow:



While at it, make sure that you have a VPN to keep you tuned in just in case social media is blocked.

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