Kadima calls Knesset meeting on 'Netanyahu failures'

October 6, 2011 15:29


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Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin announced on Thursday that a special discussion will be held in the plenum during the Knesset's recess at the request of 25 Kadima Mks.

Kadima asked that the Knesset address the following topics: "The Netanyahu government is doing everything to dissolve the social protests" and  "The Netanyahu government's failure in diplomatic, economic and social matters."

The meeting will take place on the first Monday after Sukkot.

Kadima has gathered signatures for numerous special Knesset discussions during this summer's recess, the previous one taking place on September 19.

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