Netanyahu: Even with 10 former Generals, without policy it means nothing

March 4, 2019 21:01
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 “We [Likud] mined the gas out of the earth,” said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday evening, “they [Blue and White party] want to keep it in the ground!”

Netanyahu said that “the state of Israel would lose hundreds of billions of shekels” due to   “the populist economic policies…of the Left.”Pointing to the number of former IDF Generals in the Blue and White party, Netanyahu said that “even with 10 former Chiefs of Staffs, it means nothing without the right policy.” 

“We are doing more than all previous Israeli governments,” he said, pointing to “thousands of new jobs” created during his term in office and an “increase in minimum wage.”

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