Courts go on surprise strike

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November 26, 2015 18:14

 
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Israel's court labor union on Thursday called on employees such as secretaries and court stenographers to abandon their posts, backing up a day of trails and appeals.

The union said the court was dragging its feet over negotiations on equalizing labor conditions for workers.

Court officials said that the strike was sudden, unexpected, and illegal, and promised to take legal action against the unions.

Online court-related activities continued to function as normal.

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