Activist spray painted slogans on Sukleen headquarters' wall in Karantina, Beirut. On Sunday, Sept. 13, 2015. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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A Lebanese judge set a date for next month to launch an investigation into Sukleen and its partner companies on charges of squandering public money.The state-run National News Agency reported Friday that Beirut's First Investigative Judge Ghassan Oueidat will summon officials linked to the case for questioning starting April 11 . Earlier this month, Oueidat received the financial prosecution's lawsuit against Sukleen. The two companies, awarded contracts in the 1990s to manage Beirut and Mount Lebanon waste, came under scrutiny last year when municipal waste services collapsed in July.
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