IMA: State should not petition against doctor resignations

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October 2, 2011 22:00

 
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The Israel Medical Association (IMA) said Sunday that the state petition to prevent the resignation of doctors throughout the country was an aggressive attempt to prevent doctors from making their own professional decisions, Army Radio reported.

Earlier Sunday, the Tel Aviv District Attorney and the office's labor dispute department filed with the National Labor Court a request to prevent the actual resignation of the doctors. The request was filed by lawyers Orit Podmasky and Doron Yefet.

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