A photo shows a circuit breaker in the southern city of Sidon, Friday Feb. 5, 2016 (The Daily Star/ Mohammed Zaatari)
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Local officials in the southern port city of Sidon have launched a campaign against private generator owners, obliging them to cut down the price of a subscription due to the recent drop in fuel prices, following a wave of complaints from irritated residents.Sidon lawmaker Bahia Hariri as well as several south Lebanon officials heeded the calls of hundreds of enraged people who filed complaints with the Sidon municipality, accusing generator owners of failing to adjust their fees to the Energy Ministry's official tariff.
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