Universities to strike over labor dispute

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December 17, 2011 22:21

 
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Junior faculty will protest their low wages Sunday in an indefinite strike of their university jobs, Army Radio reported Saturday.

According to the report, the strike comes on the heels of salary negotiations for the workers which did not produce results.

The strike is expected to include 9,300 lecturers and teachers assistants at the countries universities, Army Radio reported.

Bar-Ilan University and Technion faculty will not participate in the protest.

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