We object to the agreements reached behind closed doors, away from public scrutiny, concerning the reform in the electricity market. The public had no opportunity to weigh in and be heard on the reform, which greatly influences its financial future. Advertisements
A moment before the historic agreement between Minister Moshe Cahlon and the IEC workers, we are calling government representatives not to give into the pressures of the workers! The electricity power market requires real reform, now, as prescribed by law.
So what can we find in MK David Amsalem’s “Recommendations Law” (a bill that intends to forbid the police from summarising the findings of an investigation and offering recommendations to the State Attorney’s Office that an indictment be issued)? ** A Prime Minister who is allegedly abusing his status in order to advance his own…
Yesterday, thousands of people arrived at Rothschild Boulevard in Tel Aviv with one clear message: Enough is enough! Corruption has ruined every good part of the public sector and we are fed up with it! We will be there next week and we urge you to join us!