FOUR unemployed Bahrainis have pledged to sleep rough for days in protest if authorities don’t meet their demands.
The university graduates are demanding jobs in governmental organisations, saying they are fully qualified to take up any position offered.
The men, who began their vigil at 7am and slept rough outside the Civil Service Bureau (CSB), Juffair, last night, have also vowed to continue protesting until their voices are heard.
Hassan Abdulkareem, 23, Hammed Ali Ebrahim, 28, and Hani Abdulla, 26 – who have all graduated with bachelor’s degree in physical education – told the GDN yesterday that CSB officials dismissed their complaints.
A fourth Bahraini, known only as Ali who had graduated with a bachelor’s in accounting, was not present when the GDN visited the men’s camp site yesterday but is understood he participated in the day-long protest and would sleep rough with the rest of the men.