Activists to protest against new unity deal

May 8, 2012 14:26


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Social justice activists, organizations, politicians and Knesset members will protest the newly announced unity government at 8 p.m. on Tuesday night under the banner "the whole nation is the opposition."

The statement released by the social justice movement said that, "In the dead of night, opposition leader Shaul Mofaz and Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu sealed an ugly and cynical deal behind the back of the citizenry."

The statement continued that, "This is a clear attempt to eliminate all opposition to the government's policies, to silence all criticism, and thus, to pave the way to continue the rule of the most extreme and anti-social justice government in the state's history."

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