Israel’s parliament has arranged for the allocation of controversial funds to ultra-Orthodox Jews in the 2023-2024 state budget, approved by parliament on Wednesday. The opposition to the government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke out against financing worth tens of millions of euros, reports AFP. Thousands of people demonstrated in Jerusalem on Tuesday against the allocation of state funds to ultra-Orthodox Jews, accusing the ruling coalition of “robbing” the country.
The Israeli parliament voted for the first time to allocate funds to the ultra-Orthodox in the budget KXan 36 Daily News
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