Anti-Tal Law HQ: We're not excited over PM's headlines

July 8, 2012 13:02


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Activists demanding universal enlistment in the army expressed skepticism Sunday at Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Kadima chairman Shaul Mofaz's agreement to form a special team to draft universal service legislation based on the Plesner Committee's recommendations.

"We saw Netanyahu's headline today and we didn't really get excited over it," said a statement released from the group's headquarters. "It's the same pattern that we've seen for the past few months."

"Time is running out to find a replacement for the Tal Law - there is no time for more committees or [political] spin," the statement continued.

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