EDL contract workers burn tires on Charles Helou Highway in Beirut last week. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Former EDL workers who are currently contracted by the service provider KVA shut down the company's headquarters north Beirut Tuesday after receiving only half of their August salaries.Contract workers on Monday also shut down the building of another service provider, NEU Company, for not paying all of their wages for August.The contract workers have been striking and blocking EDL's main headquarters for more than 40 days.However, EDL's administration decided to only hire 897 out of close to 2000 workers, prompting the ongoing strike.
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