This video says about itself:
7 November 2010
Saudi man walking on the wires of the public electricity network in protest against power cuts in his village located in the southern area of Saudi Arabia.
From the World Socialist Web Site:
Saudi power workers strike
Several staff working for the Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) went on strike claiming they were underpaid and have not been made permanent employees despite two years continuous employment.
The staff are all young electrical engineering graduates and say their conditions of work are significantly worse than other established employees.
Abdalmaan Al-Sheikh, the company director, advised staff to “meet with me directly to discuss the problem” reminding them that “collective absence from work is an illegal action.”
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Constant application of devotion to work is illegal.
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