TA Labor Court delays doctors, Finance Ministry sitting

June 14, 2011 09:01


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The Tel Aviv Labor Court delayed discussions over the recent doctors' strike scheduled for Tuesday to Thursday at 4:00 p.m. at the request of  the Finance Ministry and representative physicians.

Negotiations were set to continue Tuesday between the Director of Wages, Budget Division, and the Health Ministry.

Also on Tuesday, physicians went on strike at outpatient clinics in hospitals located in the north, including Ziv in Safed, Ha'emek in Afula, Tiberia's Porya, Galili Ma'aravi in Naharia, Rambam Bnei Tzion and Carmel in Haifa, and Hallel Yaffe in Hadera.

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