Israel Beiteinu seeks tax breaks for the poor

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August 31, 2011 14:29

 
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Israel Beiteinu presented a new economic platform on Wednesday which included tax breaks for the poor, job creating, and encouraging minorities to enter the job market.

Foreign Minister and Israel Beiteinu chair Avigdor Lieberman has vociferously criticized the government's decision to task a committee with solving the the social ills raised in the recent wave of protests against the soaring cost of living.

Lieberman released his own platform for solving the country's problems two weeks ago, and sent it to Israel Beiteinu MKs.

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