Who will strike?

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 20, 2007 19:28

 
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The following public services will participate in Wednesday's strike:

  • Ben Gurion Airport
  • Israel Railways
  • Israel Ports
  • Israel Postal Service
  • Government offices (excluding the Defense Ministry)
  • Refinement Industry
  • Local municipalities
  • National Insurance
  • Kindergartens
  • Employment services
  • Israel Electric Company (IEC) (No customer service)
  • Bank of Israel (No cash distribution)
  • Religious councils
  • Courts (sanctions)
  • City unions
  • Life guards
  • Israel Lands Administration (ILA)
  • Vehicle Licensing Bureau (no customer service)
  • Laboratory workers
  • State Attorney's Office
  • Border control
  • Mekorot (National Water Company)
  • Librarians
  • Israel Fire and Rescue Services - will be operating in a limited capacity

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