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Electricite du Liban has called on its full-time employees to report for duty this Thursday and begin network repairs that are needed in order to address severe electricity rationing, which the company blamed on the striking contract workers.EDL contract workers have been striking over the past three weeks, holding protests and blocking the entrance to EDL headquarters across Lebanon.EDL had decided to accept only 879 full-timers, arguing that this was all the company required.
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