No deal reached in meeting over prosecutor's strike

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December 27, 2010 15:06

 
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Eyal Gabai, director-general of the Prime Minister's Office on Monday met with with state prosecution representatives in an attempt to close gaps that exist between the striking prosecutors and the Finance Ministry.

During the meeting no breakthrough was made and no decision was reached. Prosecution representatives put forward their position on the strike and at the end of the meeting is was decided that further discussions are need.

Gabai told Israel Radio that yesterday he spoke with Justice Ministry representatives and expressed hope that the crisis can be averted soon.

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