Nurses' sanctions continue as sides enter talks

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December 3, 2012 21:02

 
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Israel Nurses’ Union chief Ilana Cohen said at the end of the first day of sanctions on Monday that they will continue them until the Treasury decides to be "more generous" so that nurses will be attracted to the profession and willing to do their very difficult work.

The nurses will on Tuesday continue to work according to a reduced Shabbat schedule, except those at the Maccabi and Leumit health funds, who are not represented by the Histadrut.

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