Livni: PM trying to take down tents, not put up houses

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July 26, 2011 12:35

 
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Opposition leader Tzipi Livni reacted to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's housing plan on Tuesday, saying, "Netanyahu is acting to bring down [the] tents and not to build houses."

"Instead of changing economic policies and managing those bodies under [his control], Netanyahu is shirking responsibility, continuing to spread slogans that won't solve the social problems and lessen the burden of young people and state of building in Israel," Livni said.

"Netanyahu doesn't understand that the problem isn't technical, but fundamental," she added. In order to solve the country's problems, "We need complete national political change and not marginal solutions."

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