Likud’s תשובה: מזיקיםA new Likud campaign ad released on Thursday effectively compares government workers to Hamas terrorists. The video, filmed at a "support group" meeting, shows actors playing a dock worker, a regulatory agent, a former cellular executive, and a Hamas terrorist commiserating about how Netanyahu's policies have hurt them.
The ad opens with the actor portraying a dock worker saying, "I am here because of Bibi. After his reforms I suddenly had to start working, to start providing service to the public."Source
השקפותיו הפוליטיות של Labor Party’s בעניין איגוד עובדים
Labor Party’s תשובה: עוזריםHerzog welcomed the move, declaring that “Avi is an important and ground-breaking social leader who is implementing historic changes in the lives of weaker segments of society, of people with disabilities and of pensioners, as well as leading Israel’s workers to unprecedented accomplishments.”Source
השקפותיו הפוליטיות של Yesh Atid [political party]’s בעניין איגוד עובדים
Yesh Atid [political party]’s תשובה: מזיקיםFinance Minister Yair Lapid is considering steps to stymie labor unions’ ability to strike, a spokesman confirmed on Monday, to the dismay of opposition leader Shelly Yacimovich (Labor) and the Histadrut labor federation.
Although Lapid promised not to pursue any action to eliminate or even limit the National Labor Court following a meeting with Supreme Court President Asher Grunis, he would not rule out other avenues of circumscribing the situations under which unions are allowed to strike.Source
השקפותיו הפוליטיות של Hatnuah [political party]’s בעניין איגוד עובדים
The Jewish Home’s תשובה: מזיקיםThe Labor Party is slave to big unions, Economy Minister Naftali Bennett implied at the Antitrust Authority’s annual conference Tuesday.
“It’s no coincidence that in my two-year term competition opened up because we are not the big unions’ minions anymore.Source
השקפותיו הפוליטיות של United Torah Judaism’s בעניין איגוד עובדים