Azzi blamed, in part, the lack of coordination between concerned ministries.
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Labor Minister Sejaan Azzi launched a scathing attack against international donors and NGOs Friday as he unveiled.The government then formulated a National Action Plan in 2013 with the aim of ending child labor in Lebanon by 2016 . The bill was authored by the National Steering Committee Against Child Labor, under the patronage of the Labor Ministry. Various international organizations who deal with labor rights and child protection also collaborated on the project. However, with the deadline set out in the 2013 report imminent, child labor remains a persistent, widespread issue in Lebanese society. Azzi also criticized the work of NGOs.For Azzi the solution is simple.
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