Lapid cancels Knesset vote on use of biannual budget

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March 18, 2013 13:24

 
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A Knesset vote to approve Israel's continued use of a bi-annual budget format set for Tuesday has been postponed at the request of Incoming Finance Minister Yair Lapid.

Lapid asked for the postponement in order to assess the use of a two-year budget.


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