Daphni Leef: 'Protests to become more extreme'

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November 24, 2011 12:38

 
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Demonstrations will soon resume and could be more "extreme" than past protests, said social protest organizer Daphni Leef on Thursday morning in an interview with Army Radio.

"I will always be against violence, but if this government does not pull itself together and work for its citizens, people will understand that they have nothing to lose", explained Leef.

In response to the social protests, the government commissioned the Trajtenberg committee, and later approved its recommendations. The protesters remain unsatisfied with the government's steps.

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