MK Oded Forer calls Knesset to hold emergency session to discuss budget

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
June 16, 2019 15:59
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Yisrael Beiteinu MK Oded Forer called on Sunday for an emergency session of the Knesset claiming that the State of Israel “is currently undergoing one of the most extreme financial crises in its history but the data is kept hidden from the public and serving MKs,” a press release on behalf of his party reported on Sunday.

Forer further said that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon are covering up the situation rather than solving it. The Knesset is currently disbanded after Netanyahu failed to create a working coalition.

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