Kadima dismisses Netanyahu's economic benefits package

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February 10, 2011 19:16

 
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Kadima on Thursday dismissed Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's plan to address the public's social needs amidst rising prices, saying he failed to solve the main problems of the Israeli people.

"This is what a prime minister at the end of his way looks like. Serially giving in and giving conflicting messages every day, influenced by headlines and threats - these are clear signs of a lack of leadership and a lost way," a statement released by the opposition party said.


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