Ministers say court must help settle teachers' strike

By JPOST.COM STAFF, EHUD ZION WALDOKS
November 26, 2007 18:58

The government will again turn to the National Labor Court to help bring stalled negotiations with striking teachers back on track, Education Minister Yuli Tamir and Finance Minister Roni Bar-On said Monday. "We have done all that we can to end the strike," Bar-On said at a press conference held by the two ministers. "We are again asking for the court to assist because we're butting our heads against a brick wall," Tamir said. The two made no mention of plans to request an injunction from the court which would force teachers to return to schools.


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