Mofaz: Netanyahu has days to implement Plesner report

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
July 4, 2012 13:08

 
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Kadima party chairman Shaul Mofaz on Wednesday asserted that the implementation of the Plesner Report is a condition for his party staying in the government. "The ball is in Prime Minister [Binyamin Netanyahu's] hands and he has a matter of days," Mofaz added.

Mofaz spoke shortly after MK Yohanan Plesner presented his report, which was intended to build a framework for replacing the Tal Law and increase haredi and Arab participation in the IDF and national civilian service.

The report, he continued, is the first test of Kadima's partnership with Netanyahu. The prime minister's decision to cancel the committee "violates the Likud's agreement with Kadima, and is invalid," he said.

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