Panel to hear residents' resignation petition at High Court

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November 17, 2011 09:58

 
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A panel of three justices were scheduled to convene at the High Court Thursday morning, to discuss the medical residents' petition to be allowed to resign legally.

The panel, consisting of of Court President Dorit Beinisch, Justice Esther Hayut and Justice Hanan Meltzer, will hear the petition against the ruling of the National Labor Court in Jerusalem last month.

The Health Ministry said Wednesday evening that a total of 315 medical residents did not show up at work.

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