Tent leaders: PM hasn't internalized demand for change

August 3, 2011 14:43


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Tent protest movement leaders, at a meeting to formulate a response to the passage of the Housing Committees Bill on Wednesday, said that the government seems not to have internalized the public demand for a change in socioeconomic policy, promising to expand their protest.

"We are greatly disappointed with the Knesset decision to pass the Housing Committees Bill that helps the tycoons and burdens the rest of the public," a statement said.

The government, it seems, "has not internalized that there is a public demand for change in socioeconomic policy in Israel," the statement said, adding that they would expand their struggle.

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