Kadima on Sunday decried the cabinet's passing of the Trajtenberg Committee's recommendations on socioeconomic change, saying the report "fails to reflect the new priorities that the people have demanded."
The opposition party added in a statement released shortly after the recommendations passed that the government "proved that their personal survival is more important to them than social justice."
The party called on Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to present a new 2012 budget that reflects the changes the public has demanded.
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