Kadima Youth post signs on Route 1 calling for new budget

October 31, 2011 07:50


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Kadima Youth activists posted signs along Route 1 between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem overnight Sunday, calling on Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to adopt a new budget that reflects a change in the government's priorities.

"Only a new budget and the adoption of four basic tenets which Kadima intends to introduce as legislation can answer the public's call for social justice: free education from three months onward, the cancellation of tax on water and basic goods, equal distribution of the burden and public and affordable housing," Kadima said in a statement.

The statement added that Kadima would continue to act through all parliamentary means at its disposal to bring to fruition its desire for a new budget.

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