Analysts say they expect Lebanon’s newly formed government to end subsidies to basic commodities like fuel by the end of this month. To replace a bloated system of subsidies, the state has offered cash cards to the most vulnerable, but in a country where the U.N, says 78% of people are living in poverty, there are questions on whether that will be enough.   For VOA, Anchal Vohra reports from Beirut.Camera: Tilo Gummel   
Produced by: Tilo Gummel and Bakhtiyar Zamanov 

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