MK: Gov't is rubbing salt into evacuees' wounds

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March 8, 2006 10:42

 
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"The government of Israel is guilty of criminal negligence and of rubbing salt into the disengagement evacuees' wounds," said MK Eli Yishai. The remark came in response to the comptroller's report, which heavily criticized the government's treatment of evacuees. "A month after the end of the disengagement, it was clear to me that the Disengagement Authority had [already] put up its feet [so to speak]," added Yishai. "I proposed reforming it but the government ignored me."

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