Electricité du Liban striking part time employees on Monday blocked all the entrances to the company’s headquarters in Beirut’s Corniche al-Nahr, National News Agency reported.
The report added that all employees were prevented from accessing the building.
The EDL art time employees said that their sit-in will continue “peacefully” until their demands are met.
EDL chief Kamal Hayek said last week that EDL was on the verge of collapse if the sit-in by the part-time employees inside the company’s headquarters in the Beirut does not end.
EDL part-time employees have been at odds with the company over improvements to their work conditions and have called for changing their status to full time salaried employees.
Meanwhile Lebanon continues to suffer from daily power blackouts .
Update: OTV reported that the striking part time employees brought into the company’s headquarters several tires and are planning to set the building on fire