NGO study: Meretz most favorable to the elderly

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January 22, 2013 01:37

 
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The NGO Ken Lazaken, which aims at defending the rights of seniors in Israel, published on Sunday a comparative overview of the major parties running for the 19th Knesset and their positions on issues relevant to the elderly.

The study assessed the parties’ positions on pension allowances, nursing care, Shoah survivors employment and more, based on the discourse of their campaigns.

Ken Lazaken’s data suggests that Meretz is the party most favorable to the rights of senior citizens in Israel, followed by Yesh Atid and Labor.

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