Recommendations emerging from the Trajtenberg committee, set up by the government in the face of the social protest movement are, "trickery, and spit in the faces of millions of Israelis," Kadima spokesperson said Thursday.
He added that "the positive response to needs in the education system does not hide the enormous vacuum regarding housing, transportation and the weight of taxation on the middle class."
The response to the protests "reinforces the warped priorities of the Netanyahu government, who brought the crowds into the streets," Kadima said.
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