Protesters, TA municipality fail to agree on tent removal

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September 25, 2011 11:00

 
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Representatives of the social justice movement and the Tel Aviv Municipality told the Supreme Court on Sunday that they had failed to come to an agreement on the evacuation of tent cities on Rothschild Boulevard,  Ben-Gurion Boulevard, Nordau Boulevard and in Lewinsky Park.

The Supreme Court will now have to determine if the tents should be evacuated by force, without the consent of the activists, Army Radio reported.

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