EDL Contract workers protest in Beirut, Monday, Sept. 15, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Contract workers will thwart any attempt by the authorities to take computers and equipment from Electricite du Liban's occupied headquarters to another location, a leader of their protest movement said Friday.EDL urged the Cabinet in a statement Friday to provide security escorts for the company's employees as they transfer computers, printers and other equipment from the occupied building to the Zouk power plant, which has become the firm's temporary headquarters.Walid Muzher, an EDL board member, warned that the electricity company would be unable to pay the salaries of the staff in October because all the data on the electricity consumption of subscribers was at the headquarters.
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