Medical residents agree to postpone resignation by 48 hours

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October 3, 2011 22:05

 
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Medical residents agreed on Monday night to postpone their resignations for a period of 48 hours.

Resignation letters turned into the Health Ministry by Some 700 medical residents, over dissatisfaction with the labor contract reached last month, were scheduled to come into effect in the coming days, beginning on Tuesday.

The residents and the Finance Ministry will use the two day window to hold negotiations in hopes of coming to an agreement.

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