The leaders of watchdog organization the Movement for Quality Government ended their 19-day hunger strike Thursday, but announced that they would continue to step up their protest, Israel Radio reported.
The head of the organization, attorney Eliad Shraga, said that he and his colleagues were determined to chase Olmert and his ministers until they decided to set up a state commission of inquiry.
The group's next move will be a "mobile protest," which will involve demonstrating next to the homes of the ministers, as well as trailing them on motorbikes.
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