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Knesset Finance C’ttee approves 2021 and 2022 budgets

Alex Kushnir, Chairman of the Knesset Finance Commission: This is the first budget passed since March 2018.

The Knesset Finance Commission has approved the 2021 and 2022 Budget Acts for the second and third readings of Knesset Plenum. In a lengthy debate, the opposition filed thousands of challenges, and the budget passed only after chairman MK Alex Kushnir (Yisrael Beitenu) allocated funds for the opposition’s purposes.

These goals include 5 million Nis in suburban hospitals, 14.5 million Nis in Jewish culture, 30 million Nis in independent educational institutions, 30 million Nis in Chas’s Hamaayan Education Network, and 8.5 million Nis in Jewish identity. It was. In addition, it was agreed that 3 million NIS would be allocated to the development of Galilee and Negev to help reduce national insurance payments for Israeli students studying abroad.

“We went through a very important process here, first for the state where the last budget passed here is March 2018. There are so many reforms in this budget. There are many provisions alongside the Economic Agreement Act .. I would like to thank all the coalition members and opposition members. Coalition members-no one here has ever passed the budget, but we are on time I did that and it worked. “

Israeli Business News, Published by Gloves- -October 28, 2021.

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Alex Kushnir Photo: Knesset Spokesperson Noam Moskovich

Knesset Finance C’ttee approves 2021 and 2022 budgets Knesset Finance C’ttee approves 2021 and 2022 budgets

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