Prosecutors reject PMO's proposal to end strike

December 28, 2010 22:27

The State Prosecutors announced Tuesday evening that they rejected the proposal outlined by the Prime Minister's Office to end its 42-day-long strike.

"It's a shame that this was the proposal chosen by Mr. [PMO Dir.-Gen. Eyal] Gabay," the organization said." It continued, "The Director-General was aware that the organization is unable to end the 42-day strike in which there has been no negotiation procedure, he already rejected the proposal."

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