Deputy Finance Minister: Doctors' strike is 'immoral'

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April 28, 2011 13:27

 
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Deputy Finance Minister Yitzhak Cohen warned doctors against going on strike, saying on Thursday that such a move would be "immoral."

"Any attempt by the doctors to strike would be irresponsible, immoral and unnecessary," Cohen said. "It is about time that the heads of the Israel Medical Association will stop deceiving the public, start telling the truth and begin negotiations on the areas that need to be taken care of."


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