Politics

 Still: 460,000  are unemployed in Israel of whom 52% are women - half of them under 34
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Politics

One year and two months after the crisis and more than three months after leaving the third quarantine, and probably the last at this stage - there are still 460,000 unemployed in Israel, of whom 52% are women, with about half of the job seekers being young up to age 34 and half unemployed. Fear: It will be difficult for a large proportion of those sitting at home to find work in the coming months. This emerges from new data from the Employment Service published on Monday. After the unemployment rate dropped to 8% in March, unemployment benefits are expected to fall at the end of this...

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May 9, 2021

Netanyahu burned to ashes a government without him using a war to inflate lynching and hate
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Politics

Right-wing party chairman Naftali Bennett said today (Thursday) that a new government led by him and Yair Lapid is no longer an option and dropped out of the chapter. Meanwhile, the party's negotiating teams met today with Likud teams. Chairman Yesh Atid Yair Lapid, who has the mandate to form a government, commented on Bennett's decision and said that "I understand the distress, but he is wrong. Change is not made when comfortable. Whoever waits for the right moment will find that he will never come. Change is made when you believe it is the right thing to do. "Lapid added in a statement...

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May 13, 2021

Estimates: The cost of forming the coalition so far amounts to around NIS 20 billion a year
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Politics

Ahead of the formation of a new government in Israel, Knesset Speaker Yariv Levin announced that Yair Lapid had managed to form a government with Naftali Bennett, but so far has not determined when the vote will take place to approve the formation of a new government. Meanwhile, the coalition agreements between the parties are revealed. The cost of forming a new government, as reflected in the clauses of the coalition agreements published so far, is estimated at around NIS 20 billion a year for the state budget. The full agreements will only be revealed when they are laid on the Knesset...

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Jun 8, 2021

Thousands demonstrated near prime minister's residence - Benet calls to treat Netanyahu with respect
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Politics

About 1,500 people came to demonstrate Saturday night near the prime minister's residence in Jerusalem, on the evening of the last Saturday before the expected inauguration of the new government. The demonstrators came to the weekly demonstration in Paris Square as part of a protest against Netanyahu. The designated prime minister, Naftali Bennett, said in a press release: "This is not the time for demonstrations and provocations. I call for Netanyahu and his family to be treated with respect." In another demonstration held by the organization of black flags at the Nahariya junction, a man...

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Jun 12, 2021

 Ben & Jerrys decision not to operate in the occupied territories caused controversy in Israel
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Politics

The Ben & Jerrys affair, the ice cream maker that announced Monday that it will not sell its products in the territories, caused a great deal of controversy throughout Israeli politics. However, the company's original decision was even more decisive. According to an NBC report, the intervention of Unilever, the giant corporation owned by Ben & Jerrys, softened the statement. Yesterday, the company announced that it would stop selling ice cream in the occupied territories, and that it would not renew its franchise agreement, under which an Israeli company manufactured the ice cream at a...

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Jul 20, 2021

Disabled people's organizations renewed their protest: are demonstrating across the country
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Politics

Disabled people's organizations have renewed their protest for rights and budgets and are demonstrating in a variety of centers across the country. According to the organizations, the protest is renewed because the government and the Ministry of Finance are not implementing the Disability Benefit Increase Act passed in February 2018, because no state budget has been passed for about two years. The demonstrators are expected to block major roads and demonstrate in front of government ministries. A statement issued by the disabled people's organizations stated that "the demonstrations will...

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Jul 25, 2021

Hundreds of farmers blocked intersections protesting a reform in the import of agricultural produce
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Politics

Hundreds of farmers on Thursday blocked major intersections from north to south in protest of the Ministry of Finance's intention to introduce a reform in the import of agricultural produce, which is expected to lead to falling prices for a range of products in supermarkets and containers. Farmers block roads using tractors, agricultural produce and various tools, and dump vegetables and eggs on the floor. "The settlement was not established in the Arrangements Law, nor will it be dismantled in the Arrangements Law," they attacked. Demonstrations are taking place at eight major...

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Jul 29, 2021

99,079 Israelis received 3rd vaccine over the weekend - 11,942 Israelis were diagnosed positive
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Politics

99,079 Israelis received their third vaccine over the weekend. A total of 1,365,887 received the booster dose. This is according to data published tonight (Saturday) by the Ministry of Health. In addition, 7,249 Israelis received the first dose of the vaccine. Data from the Ministry of Health show that 6.7% of those aged 40 to 49 have already received the third vaccine dose, as have 34% of those aged 50 to 59, 58.5% of those aged 60 to 69, 74.6% of those aged 70 to 79, 70.4% of those aged 80 to 89 and 65.1 % Among people aged 90 and over. At the same time, there was an increase over the...

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Aug 21, 2021

Chairman of the Knesset's Interior Committee Said Al-Kharomi died from a heart attack
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Politics

The chairman of the Knesset's Interior Committee, Said Al-Kharomi (RAAM), died last night (Tuesday to Wednesday) at the age of 49 after suffering a heart attack. "The Islamic Movement and Ra'am announce with great sorrow the death of the righteous Banan, MK Said al-Kharomi, after a heart attack during the night," the party said in a statement. The party's chairman, Mansour Abbas, paid tribute to him outside the hospital. "An energetic and very smart young politician," he said. "He always believed in his way as the son of the Arabs of the Negev. The loss is great. "

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Aug 24, 2021

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