The Kadima Party called Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's decision to establish a committee to examine the protest leaders' demands a "ploy" on Sunday, and insisted that he has yet to understand that true social reform is necessary.
Netanyahu, with his National Housing Committees bill, is disconnected from the people and is throwing sand in the protesters' eyes by ignoring their demands, the Kadima spokesperson said. "Netanyahu is not changing the priorities and so Netanyahu has to go."
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