Shas ministers to abstain from Ulpana bills vote

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 5, 2012 22:47

 
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Shas announced Tuesday that its ministers would abstain from voting for the two bills that would retroactively legalize Ulpana and other similar West Bank outposts.

The announcement came after Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu warned that he would fire any ministers or deputy ministers who vote for the bill on Wednesday.

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