Kadima slams Netanyahu after successful budget vote

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 15, 2009 22:03

 
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After the Knesset vote on the budget ended successfully on Wednesday evening, Kadima issued a statement saying "the budget passed, but the callous decrees of [Prime Minister Binyamin] Netanyahu will stay." "Beginning this evening, every Israeli who turns on the tap, lights a cigarette or fuels their car - will be financing the coalition deals of Netanyahu and his political partners and polishing the chairs of the most bloated government in Israel's history," the statement said.

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