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Gil Yohanan Shelly Yachimovich Photo: Gil Yohanan MK sees Beersheba shooting as driven of poverty, suggests economic crisis would push people to crime. Labor chair Yachimovich refuses to link between murder, austerity measures, as doing so blurs
Debate is expected to last late into the evening if not all night long. With that in mind, Chairman Yitzchak Herzog of the Labor party faction has announced that he will convene a meeting of all opposition-faction leaders, Monday afternoon, to
The Diplomatic-Security Cabinet is inexperienced and will have difficulty dealing with security issues arising from the situation in Syria, Knesset Education Committee chairman Amram Mitzna (Hatnua) said Sunday, in a thinly veiled reference to
During the meeting they also discussed Israel's poverty rating, "The austerity measures of the Treasury threaten to drive more and more Israelis under the poverty line. Coping with this challenge must be first on our national agenda," said
Defense cut won't actually happen 05/13/2013 17:31 Opposition parties came out against Monday's cabinet decision to cut the defense budget by NIS 3 billion, instead of NIS 4 billion as planned. Labor party chairwoman Shelly Yacimovich Photo: Marc
Wikimedia Commons Labor MKs expressed frustration with party leader Shelly Yacimovich on Monday for going on her own to Ramallah on Sunday to meet with Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas for the first time since she became opposition leader.
49 Reported News Brief 5/12/2013, Sivan 3, 5773 Yachimovich and Abbas meet in Ramallah Labor Chairwoman Shelly Yachimovich met PA Chairman Abbas in Ramallah Sunday to discuss regional transitions and the prospect of rejuvenating the peace process.
The person who asked 'where is the money' and put red lines on this policy became its contractor. "Lapid returned to us within a few days with a plan worse than the one that led us to elections. Every middle class family will pay NIS 8,500 ($2400)
Rotem's bill would increase the election threshold to four percent, limit the number of ministers including the prime minister to 19, and of deputy ministers to four. It would extend the amount of time a new government has to pass a budget from 45 to
She added, "The EU and the rest of the world agree that expanding the budget is preferable to tax increase in order to prevent recession. Now is the time to offer financial motivation for economic growth. The backbone of Israel's economy is the