Emergency Knesset session on housing crisis called

By JPOST.COM STAFF, GLOBES
July 17, 2011 14:25

 
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The Knesset on Sunday canceled a scheduled committee meeting on the housing crisis recently thrust into the limelight by sleep-in tent protests throughout the country that began in Tel Aviv on Thursday. Instead, an emergency discussion named "Whose afraid of bursting the real estate bubble" will be held.

The previously-scheduled Knesset Finance Committee session was canceled after Construction and Housing Minister Arel Attias and Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz canceled their appearances.

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