Opposition leader Tzipi Livni on Wednesday called a planned increase in the price of gasoline a pointless scandal.
Taxes on gasoline, the Kadima leader said, "are merely taxes levied on the public, thereby continuing to burden the public." Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, she added, must lower gasoline taxes immediately. "The time has come for this government's priorities to change. The time has come for it to put the general public good first."
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