Israel Railways CEO, Minister Katz to meet on train strike

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March 26, 2012 11:49

 
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The CEO of Israel Railways and Minister of Transportation Yisrael Katz are expected to meet Monday afternoon to address the impending railway strike scheduled for Tuesday at 6 a.m, Army Radio reported.

The threatened strike followed Israel Railways' suspension of the chairman of its employee board for three months. The authorities suspended six other workers under similar conditions and fired two others. Employee board chairman Gila Edrei left the room midway through Sunday's hearing to protest the decision.

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