Trajtenberg and Netanyahu 521.
(photo credit: Marc Israel Sellem)
Earlier this month, in response to the social protests that have dominated the Israeli consciousness since July, the government approved the Trajtenberg Committee’s recommendations, which include far-reaching measures aimed at easing the burden of the middle class and at making life in Israel more affordable. The protests may have died out with the opening of the school year, yet it would be misleading to believe that the social unrest is behind us. In fact, the self-appointed leaders of last summer’s tent protest announced that they will renew their struggle after the High Holidays.
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