PM says gov't will pass a new, more equal Tal Law

February 21, 2012 21:33


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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu addressed the High Court of Justice ruling that controversial "Tal Law" cannot be extended, saying the government would work to pass a new, more equitable law.

"The Tal Law in its present form will not last" Netanyahu said according to Army Radio.

Addressing critics of the Tal Law, Netanyahu said in the new law all factions of Israeli society would share the burden of national service in a more equitable manner.

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