Morozovsky ends revolt, apologizes

Leon Morozovsky has ended his efforts to split the Administerial and Clerical Workers Union from the umbrella Histadrut labor union, and offered his apologies to Histadrut Chairman Ofer Eini for the campaign, which began last Wednesday.

By DANIEL KENNEMER
September 14, 2006 06:47

 
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Leon Morozovsky has ended his efforts to split the Administerial and Clerical Workers Union (Histadrut ha-Ma'of) from the umbrella Histadrut labor union, and offered his apologies to Histadrut Chairman Ofer Eini for the campaign, which began last Wednesday. "I admit and confess that the decision to depart was mistaken and liable to cause great, and even irrevocable damage, to Israel's working public," Morozovsky wrote to Eini. He expressed support of his successor at the helm of the Ma'of, Arnon Bar-David, and pledged to assist Eini at any moment. Hurtful comments he made during the affair against Eini and the Histadrut were "baseless" and came at the heat of the moment, Morozovsky said, using the Aramaic phrase be-idna de-rit'ha. Eini said he accepted the apology and words of remorse.

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