Rail workers who stopped new line are punished, suspended

September 26, 2011 12:13

Israel Railways CEO Boaz Tzafrir on Monday said that management of the company has handed down harsh measures, among them, suspension on nine workers that prevented the departure of a new rail line Sunday.

The new line, from Tel Aviv to Rishon Lezion West, was designed to connect the Center to the periphery. A Labor court had previously ordered that the workers return to negotiations and not prevent the rail line from opening, a call echoed by union officials.

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