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Union signs agreement with Fayyad to end school strikes
Published Tuesday 12/02/2013 (updated) 13/02/2013 21:18
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RAMALLAH (Ma'an) – The Palestinian Authority has responded positively to several demands made by the union of teachers, and as a result the union decided to suspend strike action, a spokesman for the group said.

Ahmad Suhweil told Ma'an Tuesday that he signed an agreement with PA prime minister Salam Fayyad, according to which the government agreed to approve seven of the demands the union submitted.

Suhweil confirmed that classes would operate regularly starting Wednesday.

As of the demands the government approved, Suhweil mentioned the resumption of a regular promotion system, recognition of teaching as a profession, and adherence to the career ladder among others.

Suhweil highlighted that the union's council held a meeting Tuesday evening and approved the agreement with Fayyad government.
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1 ) Robby / USA
13/02/2013 03:41
Ma'an posts an article about Israel and "prisoner x" and it generates numerous responses. Than they post an article that has a serious impact on their children's future and, as usual, no one has anything to say. Kind of says something about the people that comment on these articles.

2 ) Robby is a troll / USA
13/02/2013 11:50
Read Israeli news site then schmuck

3 ) Robby / USA
13/02/2013 20:17
2 ) troll / USA - Thanks for reiterating my point.
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