Labor plans to form an economic-social emergency gov't

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January 15, 2013 09:37

 
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Labor will announce plans to form an economic-social emergency government following the election in a press conference on Tuesday.

Party chairwoman Shelly Yacimovich said a deal between employers, employees and the government is necessary in order to deal with the "massive deficit" that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu created during his term.

"If Netanyahu is elected, there will be an economic hell and a social nightmare," Yacimovich told Army Radio on Tuesday.

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