State petitions Labor Court to hold residents in contempt

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November 16, 2011 15:03

 
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The Tel Aviv District Attorney's Office filed a petition with the National Labor Court in Jerusalem on Wednesday afternoon, requesting medical residents be charged with contempt of court and that it order them to return to work immediately, the Justice Ministry said in a statement.

In the last two days, a total of 287 residents refused to show up for work in protest over labor conditions.

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