After nearly two weeks of anti-government protests, Lebanon's Prime Minister Saad Hariri finally submitts his resignation under the pressure of hundreds of thousands of Lebanese that revolted in the the streets.
For 13 days the Lebanese people have been yelling in their chants "All of them means all of them!" .
Protesters aren't singling out any one leader. They're sick of the same political elite Lebanon has had for years, from the 81-year-old speaker of Parliament in office for almost three decades to Prime Minister Saad Hariri, whose billionaire father previously held the post.
For 13 days the Lebanese people have waited for a decision for a political solution that stops the deterioration of the economy.
It is time for us to have a big shock to face the crisis. To all partners in political life, our responsibility today is how we protect Lebanon and revive its economy.
The Prime Minister's resignation will force Lebanon to form a new government, if President Michel Aoun accepts the resignation.
However the protests grew into a call for Hariri to resign.