Dozens to protest outside of Finance Minister home demanding clean air

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December 23, 2017 19:22
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Dozens of Israelis are planning to protest on Saturday evening outside the Haifa home of Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon [Kulanu] to demand clean air.

The citizens are angry over Kahlon's refusal to increase the budget and add more workers to teams who monitor and halt garbage incineration, a waste disposal method which heavily pollutes the air.

The protest is organized by ''Citizens for Clean Air''.

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