Trajtenberg C'tee: J14 advisers didn't read our report

September 28, 2011 00:01


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The Trajtenberg Committee for Socioeconomic Change deflected criticism from the alternative Spivak-Yona group that has been advising tent-protest leaders, saying that it seemed the experts had not read the complete report authored by the Trajtenberg Committee, Army Radio reported Tuesday.

According to the report, the committee claimed that if the experts had reviewed the report carefully, then they deliberately chose not to address the significant steps that it presents.

Earlier Tuesday, leaders of the so-called J14 movement said that committee's findings were not nearly enough  to answer the demands of the social-justice movement.

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