Henin praises reported planned cuts to pricy cars, homes

April 11, 2013 16:37


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Hadash MK Dov Henin praised on Tuesday reported plans of Finance Minister Yair Lapid to raise taxes on expensive cars and properties.

"I am completely against placing the heavy burden on the worn down middle class, on the working class and on the disadvantaged groups who are on welfare," he said.

"I am in favor of taking the money from those who have plenty. From the capitalists, from the tycoons controlling the natural resources, from the banks that continue breaking profit records and from the wealthy who own luxurious villas and expensive vehicles," Henin added.

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