The road closures caused suffocating traffic in Beirut and surrounding areas.
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Caretaker Labor Minister Salim Jreissati reassured Wednesday contract electricity workers that the service provider company will go back on its decision to lay off tens of part-time employees.After EDL decided to privatize its maintenance services in 2012, the government agreed with three private service providers to take in hundreds of contract workers who worked with EDL in the services department.The workers were to remain working at the private companies until Parliament passed a draft law to employ some of them at EDL.
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