Electrecite du Liban’s Chair Kamal Hayek. (The Daily Star/ Mohammad Azakir)
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Electricite du Liban announced Wednesday that it would file a lawsuit against three leaders of the protesting contract workers over blocking its facilities' entrances and defaming its executives.The three contract workers sued by EDL are Lebnan Makhoul, the head of the workers' union, and Bilal Bajou and Ahmad Shoeib, both workers.The contract workers have been carrying out protests over the past week at all EDL offices, preventing employees from entering the buildings. They are demanding full-time employment at EDL for each of the nearly 2,000 workers in line with a law passed by Parliament in April, but EDL has only agreed to hire 897 .
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