Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu vowed Wednesday to work towards an affordable housing plan, hours after the government approved his free education plan.
"We will also bring the housing chapter in the Trajtenberg report for approval," Netanyahu said via his Twitter account, referring to a wide-reaching reforms report submitted by the Trajtenberg Committee for socioeconomic change - the government response to last summer's social protests.
"We implement the report not only in declarations and decisions, but within our budget. We are putting the money behind our decisions," Netanyahu said.
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