IMA chair Eidelman leaves meeting to end doctor's strike

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 5, 2011 15:43

 
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Israel Medical Association chairman Dr. Leonid Eidelman on Tuesday left a meeting with Treasury representatives, held in effort to end the doctor's strike.

"Many hours of negotiation have passed with no progrees," Army Radio quoted Eidelman as saying as he left the meeting. "I'm leaving the discussions at this stage, hopefully there will be progrees when I come back in a few hours," he added.

Treasury representatives accused Eidelman of leaving the meeting in an attempt to stir up drama.

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