Residents to court: We want to quit, not more talks

Medical residents told the High Court of Justice Thursday that they were not interested in futher talks and want to be allowed to resign, responding to a request for clarification from the court. Earlier, justices criticized the residents for resigning before the court ruled in their case.
The petitioners argue their resignation letters are not part of any collective dispute, as the National Labor Court had ruled, but were personal decisions to leave their posts, which they say they have a right to do.
The petition the court was hearing was filed against the Labor Court ruling preventing their collective resignations after negotiations with the Finance Ministry proved fruitless.
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