Ramat Hasharon mayor constructs prices-protest tent

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February 9, 2011 17:36

 
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The Ramat Hasharon minicipality began to raise a tent for protests against recent price hikes in bread, water, and gas, Israel Radio reported Wednesday. 

Mayor Yitzhak Rochberger and council members in a letter to city residents slammed the "government's oppressive policies," referring specifically to the rising costs, and called on citizens to sign a petition demanding immediate price reduction.

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