Garbage piles all over Tripoli streets over not paying financial dues of public service workers
Garbage is piled up in all the capital’s streets due to abstaining of service workers from doing their jobs because of not receiving their salaries for five months, reported one service worker, Khalid Al-Magharabi.
Al-Maghrabi explained that the Audit Bureau stopped all the checks related to all public service companies due to National ID number issues of eastern service companies, saying it is unfair as the rest of companies provided all needed documents a year and a half a go.
“It is expected that in a couple of days, the workers will receive salaries if two months out of the five delayed ones.” He told Press Solidarity.
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