National Labor Court asked to prevent further air strike

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April 22, 2013 01:59

 
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The Manufacturer's Association of Israel will be asking the National Labor Court in Jerusalem to order an injunction to prevent the Israeli airline workers from continuing their strike against the Open Skies Agreement, Israel Radio reported.

The association will also ask the court to order the Airport Authority workers not to strike on Tuesday. The Airport Authority employees have planned to strike on Tuesday in solidarity with the striking airline workers. A time for the court application was not set early Monday morning. 

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