PM on 'March of the Million': I intend to make changes

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September 3, 2011 20:21

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu was quoted as saying on Saturday evening that he intends to make a lot of social changes despite that the fact that there are those who think that he is not interested, Channel 10 news reported. 

Channel 10 reported that the prime minister made the comments during a closed meeting ahead of the social movement protests expected to take place across the country as part of the “March of the Million.”

"I am taking this seriously and it doesn't matter if there will be a million [people] or less, I am willing to make the necessary changes," Channel 10 reported Netanyahu as saying.

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