Youssef al-Mallah said Civil Defense volunteers would donate their first salaries if they become full-time employees. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Lebanon's Civil Defense volunteers Thursday said they will head to neighboring Syria next week to assist humanitarian organizations after the Lebanese state failed to make them full-time employees.The Cabinet did not discuss any items concerning the Civil Defense volunteers during their session.Civil Defense volunteers, the country's main first responders, are demanding that the Cabinet pass the decrees necessary to make them full-time employees with financial and social security benefits.
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