Trajtenberg: We'll hand in findings by Rosh Hashana

August 31, 2011 13:40


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The government committee on social and economic issues will hand in its findings before Rosh Hashana, September 28, Committee head Prof. Manuel Trajtenberg vowed Wednesday.

Trajtenberg spoke as the committee held its last open session before beginning internal discussions and handing in its findings to the government.

Representatives from tent cities across the country participated in the session, though the Tel Aviv leaders of the social protest, who have called on Trajtenberg to resign, saying his committee has no real power, did not attend.

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