Netanyahu postpones vote on Trajtenberg recommendations

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 3, 2011 19:38

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Monday evening decided to postpone the government's vote on the Trajtenberg Committee for Socioeconomic Change's recommendations.

The prime minister came to the decision after failing to convince a majority of government ministers to vote to adopt the recommendations, during hours of discussion on the issue.

Netanyahu ended the government meeting without holding a vote on the matter and decided to continue the discussion of the Trajtenberg Committee recommendations in the next government meeting, scheduled for Sunday of next week.

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