By Saber Ayyub.
Tripoli 29 April 2015:
Power cuts in Tripoli were noticeably shorter today although they have not vanished altogether. It is . . .[restrict]the result, according to the General Electricity Company of Libya (GECOL), of power and substations coming back on line.
It says that Al-Zahra power station, west of Tripoli, is back in operation. It was affected by the fighting in the Warshefana area. Other stations and substations west of Tripoli are also said to be now operating normally.
GECOL has, however, expressed its exasperation with the aggressive behaviour of members of the public against its employees in Tajoura and Suq Al-Juma districts in Tripoli. Angry residents went to local GECOL offices and started threatening staff over of the outages
The company has called on the authorities to provide security to its employees. [/restrict]