MK Braverman calls on PM to intervene in Education Ministry crisis

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October 7, 2007 14:22

 
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MK Avishay Braverman (Labor) on Sunday called on Prime Minister Ehud Olmert to intervene to solve the crisis unfolding in the Education Ministry. The Secondary School Teachers Organization heads are set to meet Sunday afternoon to decide whether to launch a strike that could start as early as Monday, with union leaders flatly predicting the job action will go forward. The teachers are seeking an improved salary and benefit package. Braverman urged the prime minister to order Finance Ministry officials to open last-ditch talks with the SSTO to avert the strike.


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