Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said at the start of the cabinet meeting
Monday that despite opposition to the Trajtenberg Committee for Socioeconomic Change's
recommendations, the government will discuss the proposals Monday.
prime minister told Likud ministers that the session on Monday will encompass
only the basic elements of the committee's recommendations. At a later
stage, he said, details and individual clauses will be examined,
formed into legislation and voted upon, Army Radio reported.
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