Deri slams PM for excluding haredi parties from coalition

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March 10, 2013 20:32

 
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Arye Deri, of the Shas leadership triumvirate on Sunday attacked the current coalition talks which are to exclude the haredi parties from the 19th Knesset.

Writing on his Facebook page, Deri stated that the exclusion of the haredi parties amounted to the boycott of some two million people, adding that history will judge Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu for his actions.

"In front of our eyes, a bourgeois government is being established, which, for the first time, consists entirely of the upper class," he said.

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