Meeting between medical residents, Netanyahu begins

October 4, 2011 21:02


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Prime Minister (and formally health minister) Binyamin Netanyahu on Tuesday night met with IMA chairman Dr. Leonid Eidelman, Treasury wage chief Ilan Levin and other negotiators in the residents' dispute to hear the various sides and try to help find solutions.

The residents abandoned a meeting that was held at the Finance Ministry in Jerusalem earlier in the day after being invited to a meeting with Netanyahu at his Jerusalem office.

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