Knesset passes Economics Arrangements Bill 67 to 43

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December 29, 2010 15:19

 
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The Knesset on Wednesday passed the Economic Arrangements Bill in a 67 to 43 vote.

Supporters of the bill included MK Uri Ariel and MK Yaakov Katz.

MK Michael Ben-Ari, who opposed the law, responded the claim that the National Union party will join the coalition instead of the Labor party and said that, "Katz's vote shows he supports the government. We will strive to remain in the opposition."


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