Students interrupt Steinitz speech at Tel Aviv University

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September 11, 2011 22:18

 
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A number of students interrupted a speech by Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz on Sunday during an economic convention at University of Tel Aviv, demanding that he resign, and calling out that "the public is worth more."

The students were ejected from the hall, and Steinitz renewed his address.

During his speech, the finance minister urged employers and companies to consider college graduates with degrees in subjects across all academic fields.

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