Likud officials: Government might change 2012 state budget

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August 8, 2011 11:53

 
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Likud officials said Sunday evening that the government might make changes to the national budget for 2012 as a response to the mass social justice protests, Army Radio reported.

Next week the Knesset Finance Committee will convene in an emergency meeting to discuss the prime minister's efforts to quell the protesters, according to the report.

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