The Knesset Finance Committee was scheduled to hold a special discussion about the closure of the Pri Hagalil factory in the North, a move that has put some 300 employees of the company out of work.
The owners of Pri Hagalil closed the factory on Friday, claiming that it was not profitable to keep it open.
Histadrut Labor Federation chairman Ofer Eini on Sunday vowed to intervene and act on behalf of Pri Hagalil factory workers if the owners fail to immediately reopen the factory.
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