Employees protest in front of the Casino Du Liban in Jounieh, Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015. (The Daily Star/Stringer)
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Casino du Liban's board of directors is reassessing its decision to lay off 191 employees, according to Jack Khoueiry, head of the Casino Games Employees Union.Casino du Liban's administration announced Tuesday that it was seeking to resolve accumulating financial and administrative woes, and blamed unproductive employees for a decline in revenues.Khoueiry claimed Tuesday that close to half of the 191 employees were fired unjustly.Azzi promised Wednesday to follow up closely on the casino's expected reforms.
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