Opposition MK vows to 'make life hell' for Netanyahu government

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 23, 2015 17:44

 
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The Zionist Union leadership continued its saber-rattling over the weekend, with one of its top deputies vowing to “make life hell” for the newly installed Netanyahu government.

During a town hall appearance in Ramat Gan on Saturday, Zionist Union MK Itzik Shmuli said that his party would “fight the Netanyahu government which turned its election victory into a series of extortionist agreements with coalition partners who have made a mockery of the public interest.”

Nonetheless, Shmuli did say that any government measure that would improve the socioeconomic lot of the country’s weaker constituencies would be supported by the opposition.

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