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The national budget for years 2017 and 2018 was approved by the Knesset in a vote of 60-48. Defense, as usual, is the biggest expense, at NIS 70 billion per year.
The mixed battalions will be relocated to their own boot camp base, apart from the rest of the infantry's training facilities.
MK Gafni: Real news for the children of Israel. New law will help level playing field for poorer children.
MK Boker says government funding for fire buffer lines could have prevented injuries and property damage.
For the duration of the next year, the quota for duty-free fresh meat imports will be doubled.
Based on the tax collection bonanza, it appears government could go on a mad spending spree, especially on security, and still end up with only a 2% of GNP deficit.
We went looking for those items that best reflect how the report turns facts and figures on their heads to come up with the preconceived conclusion: it's all the fault of the Israeli occupation, and once Israel is out of the picture you'll see how those Palestinians will become Switzerland of the Middle East.
Why would Israel be so invested in taking money away from the only PA Arabs who still have something good to say about it, and give it to the PLO?
According to the union, the Shabbat protocol will permit landings of already scheduled flights from abroad, but no takeoffs.
The main clauses of the bill include a separation of the major Israeli banks from Israeli credit companies. The three largest Israeli banks also currently own and operate the credit card companies.
The committee also succeeded in repelling the Israeli tax authority, which wanted initially to be able to use information gathered by Israeli banks for the IRS.
Finance Committee Chairman Gafni (UTJ) said "with all due respect to the Finance Ministry and talks of reform, in practice the prices have not gone down."
The construction section of the current Sales Law is outdated, and has led real estate companies to develop their own ways of bypassing it, at the expense of their customers.
Using the US' enormous economic clout, FATCA bullies the world's financial institutions into reporting on their American clients to Uncle Sam.
Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat warns a deaf ear from the Finance Ministry means thousands of layoffs are ahead.
Barkat posted on his Facebook page a call to “the Treasury and its leader” accusing them of forgetting Jerusalem.
Israel's Tax Authority, like the IRS, is hunting citizens' foreign assets.
The prime minister's office plans to finance defense by relocating central region IDF bases and selling the land.
Israeli Air Force pilots are grounded starting today, unless flying actual operations or in flight school, due to budget cuts.
The Hebrew daily Ma'ariv reports that Foreign Ministry spokesperson Yigal Palmor is planning to resign his post, joining other senior staff who have quit.
The rule of when it rains it pours seems to be working in Germany's favor.