Foreign Ministry workers reinstate sanctions over agreement

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June 26, 2011 17:09

 
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The Foreign Ministry's workers' committee on Sunday ordered all diplomatic employees in Israel and abroad to arrive to work wearing non-formal attire in protest of agreements reached six months ago which were allegedly not upheld by the Finance Ministry.

The agreements regarding employee benefits were allegedly made with the Treasury following sanctions taken by the Foreign Ministry in January.

According to the committee, if no progress will be seen until Monday, the sanctions will be broadened.

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