Shas denies boycotting cabinet meeting

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March 10, 2013 14:30

 
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Shas denied on Sunday claims that they intentionally skipped the final cabinet meeting for the outgoing government because the party is not going to be a member of the next coalition, Channel 10 reported.

Shas sources told Channel 10 the party's ministers did not come due to personal engagements and that outgoing Interior Minister Eli Yishai did attend the meeting, albeit he was late. Yishai's office denied that the party instructed its minister to boycott the meeting.

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