PM: Ministry cuts allow cheaper gasoline over Pessah

By NADAV SHEMER
April 4, 2012 16:45

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Wednesday that fresh ministerial budget cuts were a necessary step toward providing Israelis with cheaper travel costs during the Pessah holiday period.

Cooperation from all ministries is necessary “so that Israelis may enjoy lower fuel prices in order to travel around the country over the Pessah holiday, on pleasant highways, to the parks and reserves,” Netanyahu said.

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