Histadrut chairman calls on all workers to join protests

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August 5, 2011 22:35

 
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Histadrut chairman Ofer Eini on Friday called on all workers to make their voices heard and join the central social justice march which is set to take place on Saturday in Tel Aviv.

During an interview with Channel Two news Eini said "I call on the workers tomorrow to join the protest and make sure it's powerful so that we can succeed in making a change in this country."

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