Netanyahu decides to scraps Keshev C'tee

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 2, 2012 16:33

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Monday informed Kadima leader Shaula Mofaz that he has decided to put an end to the Keshev Committee, tasked with finding a replacement to the Tal Law that will increase ultra-Orthodox enlistment in the IDF and national service.

In lieu of the committee giving its recommendations for new legislation to more equally distribute the service burden across all of society's sectors, the prime minister will hold a discussion of the issue with the heads of all the parties in the governing coalition.

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