No confidence vote put on Knesset schedule; Kadima responds

July 17, 2011 14:05


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Kadima responded on Sunday to news that the party's request for a no confidence vote was approved and will be brought to the Knesset on Monday. "In the past two and a half years, the only thing that the Netanyahu government has succeeded in is breaking the apathy of young people after they too gave up on the largest and most wasteful government in Israel's history," the party said in a statement.

The Netanyahu government, the statement continued, has no answer for the "tens of thousands of young people who desperately need to rent apartments at appropriate prices." For that goal, it said, "Kadima will continue to fight."

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