The Casino Du Liban is seen in Jounieh, Tuesday, March 26, 2013. (The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir)
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Lebanon's renowned casino has issued an administrative decision to lay off 191 employees, prompting protests outside the establishment north of Beirut Tuesday.Employees who were affected by the decision staged protests in front of the casino in the Jounieh area of Maameltein, announcing possible escalatory measures.During televised coverage of the protests, a spokesman for the employees called on Labor Minister Sejaan Azzi and Central Bank Governor Riad Salameh to prevent the Casino from firing the employees.
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