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Protestors gathered in Beirut's Riad al-Solh Square Tuesday morning ahead of an extraordinary Cabinet meeting set to be held at the Grand Serail to solve the wage hike crisis.Tuesday's extraordinary Cabinet meeting comes as labor unions, civil servants and schoolteachers put pressure on the government to implement the salary scale law by calling for another nationwide strike Tuesday, similar to the walkout Monday that paralyzed the country and brought operations in ministries, public administrations, schools and municipalities to a standstill.
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