Horovitz: Huldai didn't say anything out of the ordinary

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May 3, 2010 18:37

 
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Meretz MK Nitzan Horovitz defended Tel Aviv mayor Ron Huldai on Monday, saying Huldai's remarks on the subject of private and haredi schooling were nothing new.

Huldai, Horovitz said, had only pointed out the "danger to democracy and the state inherent in the government's neglect of the school system."

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