Mayor Barkat joins Hadassah workers, protesters march throughout Jerusalem

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February 17, 2014 13:10

 
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Protests held by Hadassah hospital workers continued throughout Monday, as the Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat joined them in solidarity and said that he will not let Hadassah hospital fall.

Barkat added that he is working hard towards finding a solution to the crisis. "I am by your side until we find a solution," he said.

The protesters continued their march throughout Jerusalem and reached the Bridge of Strings at the entrance to the city.

The workers then boarded busses and headed towards the Hadassah hospital campus, to protest in front of the hospital management offices.


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