Leaders of the social justice protests continued late Tuesday night to consolidate their list of demands to be brought to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, Israel Radio reported.
"The social justice front is united and determined to bring about change," said chairman of the Student Union Itzik Shmueli, according to the report.
Some of the demands have been released, and include tax reductions, mortgage subsidies, and compulsory free education.
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