Cyprus -Health minister tries to avoid work stoppage in last minute talks -November 14, 2014

Doctors have announced a two hour work stoppage as issues on wages and job security remain unresolved. Health Minister Philippos Patsalis called for a last-minute meeting to avoid the work stoppage, arguing that all issues are either resolved or being addressed.

Doctors have announced a two hour work stoppage as issues on wages and job security remain unresolved. Health Minister Philippos Patsalis called for a last-minute meeting to avoid the work stoppage, arguing that all issues are either resolved or being addressed. However, doctors claim they have been misled before, when the same minister promised that everything would be resolved by September.

English: http://cyprus-mail.com/2014/11/14/crunch-meeting-on-doctors-strike/


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