Residents to petition high court over resignations

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October 17, 2011 09:19

 
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Medical residents will appeal a decision by the National Labor Court that blocked them from resigning en mass over a labor dispute at the high court on Monday, Army Radio reports.

Residents worry that without the option to resign, they have little leverage in negotiations, which are slated to continue unabated.

The ministry of finance hopes to reach a settlement before the end of the holiday week.

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