By Jamal Adel.
Tripoli, 14 August 2014:
Employees of Al-Hawari Hospital in Benghazi took to the streets yesterday morning, protesting poor management and unpaid . . .[restrict]salaries.
“The protesters are upset because they haven’t been paid in months and they’re tired of trying to do their jobs in a chaotic environment with insufficient medical supplies and equipment,” the spokesperson from Al-Hawari Hospital media office, Hani Al-Eraiby, told the Libya Herald.
The Al-Hawary Hospital in Benghazi has been facing severe supply shortages and a very poor hygiene system, he said.
“The employees are also demanding that the acting manager of the hospital be sacked and that the Ministry of Health remedy the hospital’s financial crisis,” added Eraiby.
The Al-Hawari Hospital is located in the Al-Hawari district of Benghazi, where much of the fighting between retired General Khalifa Haftar’s Operation Dignity forces and Ansar Al-Sharia have been taking place. [/restrict]