August 2011
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);8/10/2011, Vol. 199 Issue 5151, p6
The article focuses on the approached for the right of handicapped Lebanese citizens to gain access to job opportunities in the public sector. It states that Minister of Social Affairs Wael Abu Faour and Khaled Kabbani, president of the Civil Service Board called for handicapped Lebanese citizens to take examinations organized by the Civil Service Board for job opportunities in the public sector. Moreover, Faour called for the handicapped citizens to follow-up announcements.


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