Minister Sejaan Azzi meets a delegation from the Casino Du Liban in Beirut, Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2015. (The Daily Star/Dalati Nohra, HO)
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The offer ended a weeklong standoff between the management and the unions late Monday, paving the way for the reopening of the casino.Originally, the casino offered $11 million in compensation for all the sacked employees, but those packages were rejected by the unions.Azzi said that Central Bank Governor Riad Salameh, the casino's management, unions and officials played a big role in ending the crisis.But Kreidie suggested that the problems at the casino still need to be addressed, despite the settlement with the employees.
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