Kadima: Netanyahu chose yeshiva students over firefighters

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December 22, 2010 20:01

 
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Kadima on Wednesday accused Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu of choosing hesder yeshiva students as his order or priorities and abandoning the Fire and Rescue Service.

"The decision, which is outrageous and sends a clear and embarrassing message to the Israeli public, is led by an individual who is cynical and enveloped in his own agenda and his priorities damage Israel," Kadima said in a press release.

"After fleeing from his responsibilities and a committee of inquiry, Netanyahu is covering-up the State Comptroller's decisions, is proving that he has not learned anything and is reinforcing the State Comptroller's comments that the prime minister and his government abandoned the citizens of Israel," continued the statement.

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