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The Union Coordination Committee Monday called for a heavy turnout to Tuesday's protest for wage hikes that will take place in front of the Education Ministry.The protesters will demonstrate at the Education Ministry in UNESCO, Beirut, against Parliament's failure to pass a law that would increase wages for public sector teachers and other public sector employees.Public sector employees and teachers are forbidden by law from striking.Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri announced Monday that he would not call for a parliamentary session before committees finalized studying a new electoral draft law.
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