High Court to hear residents' petition for resignations

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October 25, 2011 09:52

 
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The High Court was scheduled to hear the medical residents' petition against the National Labor Court's decision to stop their mass resignation, on Tuesday afternoon. 

Over 1,000 medical residents were joined by students at all the medical schools in the country at a demonstration held Monday evening outside Beit Ariela in Tel Aviv.

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