Civil service reform: So dull, yet so revolutionary
After fighting abusive monopolies, it's the issue that's most likely to shape Israel's society and economy.
It didn't make the front pages. Politicians and journalists alike find it difficult to sink their teeth into it. Even in a time of social-justice protests, this one is a hard sell. Even so, the government committee most important to the future of Israeli society is in the works. It has nothing to do with economic concentration, drafting the ultra-Orthodox into the army, the price of food, the status of Druze...
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