IMA files complaint against Levin for incitement

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 1, 2011 16:31

 
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The Israel Medical Association (IMA) on Sunday filed a complaint with the State Commissioner against Ilan Levin, head of wages at the Finance Ministry, over incitement.

The complaint was filed following an interview with Army Radio, during which Levin called striking doctors "murderers," and added that because of the strike, people would die.

The IMA said they would refuse to sit at the negotiating table with Levin's representative from the Finance Ministry, but would agree to sit with any other representative.

The association also sent a letter to Levin, asking him to apologize to the medical community.

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