Israel Beiteinu: Decision on Trajtenberg must be delayed

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October 2, 2011 14:21

 
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Tourism Minister Stas Meseznikov asked Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Sunday to postpone Monday's government meeting on the Trajtenberg Committee report.

"In the name of Israel Beiteinu and its five ministers, I am notifying you of our firm opposition to a discussion of the Trajtenberg Committee's recommendations at the coming government meeting," Meseznikov wrote.

The report, released last Monday, lists the findings of a committee headed by Professor Manuel Trajtenberg, who was appointed by Netanyahu to recommend socioeconomic reforms following this summer's protests.

"It is unthinkable from a professional and practical standpoint to discuss and adopt recommendations from such an important report with no time to prepare," the Tourism Minister explained.

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