The capital enters a new era

Everything was planned to the last and least detail.

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November 1, 2017 17:23
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Mayor Nir Barkat (left) and Interior Minister Arye Deri (right) pose with local children at a festiv

Mayor Nir Barkat (left) and Interior Minister Arye Deri (right) pose with local children at a festive city council meeting that offered thanks to Deri for the special loan to build schools and classrooms for the city’s pupils. . (photo credit: OREN BEN HAKON)

 
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Everything was planned to the last and least detail.

Last Thursday, the large hall at Safra Square played host to a special city council meeting, an evening of triumph for Mayor Nir Barkat. The festive event was to honor Interior Minister Arye Deri (Shas) as a gesture of thanksgiving for his approval of a special loan to build schools and classrooms.

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