TA protest organizers announce list of demands

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 30, 2011 23:36

 
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Organizers of the Tel Aviv protest gave a list of demands Saturday night at the end of a massive protest that drew tens of thousands of people. One organizer told the crowd, "we're not just asking to change the government, we want to change the rules of the game."

Addressing Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's land reform plan, the protest organizers said, "We're talking about our home, they're talking about real estate."

The demands included that the government work to maintain control over prices of basic goods, to ensure that free public education is available from age 0, both in the periphery and in the center. They also demanded better salaries and benefits for social workers, police, firefighters and other public servants.

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