Court orders rail worker strike to stop until Monday

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May 12, 2011 08:59

 
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The hearing on whether Israel Railways workers may strike or not has been delayed until next Monday, the Tel Aviv District Labor Court announced on Thursday.

The delay is in order to allow the chairman of the railway workers' union, Gila Ederi, to attend the hearing, after her arrest on Wednesday.

The injunction forbidding railway workers to strike will remain in effect until further notice, Judge Efrat Laskar said.

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