Lebanon's government has won a vote of confidence in parliament in part because of its plan to tackle the country's financial crisis.
The move, which comes three months after former Prime Minister Saad Hariri resigned, is unlikely to satisfy protesters.
The Red Cross said more than 145 people were injured in the clashes in Beirut including 45 who needed treatment in hospital.
Protesters have taken to the streets to condemn a political elite that has been in power for decades.
Several hundred women lit candles while marching in Beirut on Wednesday (November 6) demanding the resignation of Lebanon's entire government.
UK announces up to €22 million in support of Lebanon's army, saying they are the security forces entrusted with keeping Lebanon safe.
Some protesters see PM Hariri's resignation as a first step in a long process. They want the departure of all symbols of Lebanon's sectarian system.
Protesters in Lebanon have vowed to remain on the streets despite the resignation of Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri.
Hezbollah supporters have attacked and ransacked the main anti-government protest site in the Lebanese capital
Lebanon's Hariri resigns after days of nationwide protests
Demonstrators across Lebanon formed a human chain across the country as part of ongoing anti-government protests.
Lebanese anti-government protests continued on Saturday, but clashes broke out, injuring at least six people, near the city of Tripoli.
Walid Jumblatt's call came as the U.S. gave its support to protesters who have filled the streets for several days.
Revolution, doo doo doo doo doo doo...
Not very well, say many Lebanese.