Camp Sucker to stage enlistment protest at Likud Convention

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May 5, 2012 23:10

 
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Camp Sucker and Common Denominator, the leaders of the protest for equal enlistment for all,  were scheduled to set up camp outside the Likud Convention on Sunday, calling for Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to keep his promise to the groups' leaders that he will pass a law requiring all citizens to enlist in the IDF or do civilian service.

"We call on the prime minister to prove to all of Israel that that his credibility problem no longer exists, and there is no way he will not keep his promise," protest leaders Idan Miller and Boaz Nol said on Saturday, calling for Netanyahu to ensure such a bill will at least pass its first reading before the Knesset is dissolved next week.

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