Hasson to PM: Public tired of Netanyahu's culture of lying

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December 19, 2010 15:49

 
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MK Yoel Hasson (Kadima) responded Sunday to the passage of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's yeshiva stipend reform legislation, "This is another Netanyahu exercise that shows contempt for a High Court decision and brings humiliation to the court."

He added, "Netanyahu is lying to students and to IDF soldiers, and bought the support of the haredim with stipends, paid for by the entire public... There is no equality between students and there is only an increase in the stipends to the haredim." Hasson fired at the prime minister, "The public is tired of Netanyahu and his government's culture of lying."

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