Doctors, Health and Treasury officials meet in Labor Court

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June 30, 2011 14:24

 
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Doctors' representatives met on Thursday with officials from the Health and Treasury Ministries in the office of the chief of the National Labor Court. The ministry officials are seeking to force the doctors to call off their strike as they believe it causes disproportionate harm to national public health, Army Radio reported.

The doctors, who have been striking on a limited basis since April, planned to intensify the strike on Friday.

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