Residents at Ramban Hospital vote to reject PM request

October 5, 2011 10:36

Medical residents at Ramban Hospital voted Wednesday morning not to accept Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's request that representatives of the residents wait a few days to examine suggestions raised during Tuesday night's meeting before resigning, according to Army Radio.

Committee member Professor Yehuda Alman explained that the residents felt the meeting was not productive and have voted to have their resignations take effect on Thursday.

Prime Minister, and formally health minister, Binyamin Netanyahu on Tuesday night met with Israel Medical Association chairman Dr. Leonid Eidelman, Treasury wage chief Ilan Levin, Deputy Health Minister Ya’acov Litzman and other negotiators in the residents’ dispute to hear the various sides and try to help find solutions.

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