The headquarters of Electricite Du Liban in Beirut, Lebanon. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Electricite Du Liban Friday asked security forces to provide its employees with protection from contract workers who have disrupted work at the company's Beirut headquarters in protest.Hours after the EDL statement was released, the Committee of Contract Workers held a brief news conference, appealing to the company to support their cause.The state-run company said in its statement that the protest by contract workers had disrupted the electricity supply as it called on its employees to resume work on Aug. 25 .EDL's administration had sent a letter to the State Prosecution office Tuesday, asking for security forces to intervene to end the contract workers' protests in the firm's buildings.
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