PM to public security minister: No more tent evictions

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August 13, 2011 09:20

 
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Prime Minister Binyamn Netanyahu requested from Public Security Minister Yitzhak Aharonovich to make sure that police and city officials stopped issuing eviction notices for tents that activists have erected in various cities throughout Israel as part of a the weeks-long protest against soaring rent prices, Israeli media reported Saturday.

The prime minister's request comes on the heels of reported eviction notices posted by city clerks in the tent cities in Tel Aviv on Nordau and Ben-Gurion streets.

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