The management of Hebrew daily Maariv announced Monday that the newspaper would not be printed for Tuesday morning, due to austerity measures.
Employees were reportedly instructed to stop work on the current edition, but they instead decided to take measures to reverse the lockout and continue to work on the edition. A meeting between a representation of workers and publisher Shlomo Ben Zvi was expected to take place Monday evening.
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