A Turkish power vessel near Jiyeh power plant, 23 km south of Beirut. (The Daily Star/HO)
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The Labor Ministry Friday accused an Electricite du Liban contractor of registering more than 50 Turkish professionals as cleaners.In a statement, the ministry said that 54 Turks were using forged job titles as porters and cleaners, when in fact they were working as technical engineers and experts with the Turkish power firm "Karpowership", a contractor with state-run EDL. The statement added that the Turkish firm had quickly rushed to settle the issue by changing the workers' job titles before any legal action was taken.
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