02.08.2011 02.Aw-Elul, 5771
PM: Let’s stop poverty, ensure free market
Speaking at Knesset session in memory of Ze'ev Jabotinsky, Netanyahu says "social justice does not oppose a free market, it depends on it."
Shortly before Knesset on Monday began the second reading of the National Housing Bill, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu described his socioeconomic vision for the country.
Netanyahu participated in a Knesset tribute to Zionist leader and Likud inspiration Ze’ev Jabotinsky, and referred to the five basic needs every government must provide to its citizens according to Jabotinsky’s philosophy: a home, food, medicine, education and clothing….