.רצואה םע מ"ומה יבגל ןוכדע ןלהל
.רכשה תדעוב רבחו תמאתמה הצעומב תירבעה הטיסרבינואה גיצנ ,ןהכ רשא ידי לע ובתכנ םירבדה
.תופסונ תויוחתפתה הנייהתש לככ םכנכדעל ךישמנ
.ילתפנ ןיינב תבחרב 14:00 -ב םויה ךרעית םיטנדוטסלו לגסל תפתושמה האחמה תרצע :תרוכזת
As expected, not much has happened over the last few days. We have had
two meetings with the Treasury representatives since the start of the strike.
meetings made it clear that there is a really large gap between our basic
demands and the Treasury's position. We demand that we will be fully
compensated for the wage erosion that occurred since 1997. At this point in
time the Treasury is not even willing to look at the magnitude of this
erosion. Instead, they try to discuss wage "reforms" along the lines
proposed by the Shochat committee. Again, the only thing that became
erosion in our salary. As stated before, the strike will continue until these
Tomorrow there is another meeting. Our position has always been that we
are willing to meet and talk at all times. But, judging from the previous
two meetings, we will be surprised if any progress will be made. As I
hinted in my last message, we may not be able to reach an agreement with
possibility of a very long strike.
I plan to keep updating you on a regular basis. Keep in mind, however,
that we are at this phase in the strike where not much is happening. So, I
will send updates every few days. Obviously, I will update you as soon as
possible when a new development takes place.
best, Asher Cohen