Lebanon's Prime Minister Saad Hariri speaks after a cabinet meeting in Baabda near Beirut, Lebanon December 5, 2017. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir
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Prime Minister Saad Hariri began the week by discussing ways to fund the new salary scale for public sector employees not bound to the new pay scale.After attending the election of the Socio-economic Council's first president in over 15 years, Hariri headed a ministerial meeting tasked with finding solutions to pay public sector employees the wages stipulated by the salary scale legislation.The public sector and particularly teachers have long demanded the salary scale, which was finally approved earlier this year by lawmakers and Cabinet.
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