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Despite having clear support from within upper echelons of the establishment, Nissankoren faced an outside challenge from Labor MK Eitan Cabel.
In November, sitting Histadrut chairman Ofer Eini announced that he would resign the position he held for five years.
The Histadrut made headlines this week with the unexpected resignation of its leader Ofer Eini, but the real story there is about organized labor’s renaissance.
Ofer Eini to protesters: "We lost our compassion and became a capitalist country"; hundreds march to Gideon Sa'ar's house in stroller protest.
By BEN HARTMAN
"Entire public will take to streets" if law passed, housing-protest organizers threaten, call on PM to hold open, live talks.
Sides say meeting has not been set; Chambers of Commerce chief says Histadrut head embarking on campaign of "opportunism, hypocrisy."
By NADAV SHEMER
500 workers to go over dispute between defense and finance ministries.
By YUVAL AZULAI/GLOBES
"Even though we fight for the rights of the weak in society, we are also entitled
to fight for our own rights."
By RUTH EGLASH
Finance Ministry agrees to most of demands, but strike to go on until final agreement signed; local councils set to join social workers.
By JONAH MANDEL AND JPOST.COM STAFF
Social workers, Finance Ministry struggle to reach agreement; educational institutions, 15 big cities not participating in strike.
By JONAH MANDEL
Strike enters 8th day; heavy traffic in Hadera caused by drivers honking in support; social workers help residents in Itamar despite strike.
Treasury says it only heard about demands night before.
PM to discuss sharp price increases on basic items with Histadrut, Local Authories and Manufacturers Association leaders.
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