Local authorities to strike, suspend services

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January 12, 2012 11:30

 
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Local municipal authorities in Israel intend to embark on a general strike on Monday.

Chairman of the Union of Local Authorities in Israel (ULAI), Shlomo Bohbot says the strike is intended to protest from populist laws and initiatives enacted by Knesset remembers and government ministers that waste tax-payer money.

No services provided by municipal authorities, including trash collection, will take place during the strike.

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