The last three years have seen numerous protests over the failure to approve a public sector wage hike. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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The League of High School Teachers Friday said that it will not take part in the Union Coordination Committee's strike planned for next week and will seek to become and independent union.However, it called off the strike scheduled for Oct. 20 and replaced it with a protest in front of the Court of Accounts in Beirut's Hamra area, a move that was praised by Education Minister Elias Bou Saab.The UCC is a committee made up of different public sector unions in Lebanon, of which the league is currently a part.
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