MK Itzik orders retirement age for women not be raised

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June 30, 2011 14:15

 
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MK Dalia Itzik issued strong words on Thursday against Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's move to raise the national retirement age for women.

Declaring that the measure would only add to already-rampant inequality for women in the workplace, Itzik said, "If Netanyahu does not change his decision on his own, we will force him to ... with public pressure."

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