When I lived in Israel in the mid-1970s, Israel underwent a severe price inflation because the government's economic policies followed the protesters' demands. Israel's currency was in such a free fall there were booming currency black markets in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. The soundest way to deal the protesters' demands is major land reform and breaking the cartels' hold on retail price levels. Doing that won't break the budget and is likely to increase government revenues.
First refugees travelling on Hungarian bus arrive at Austrian border (Reuters)
from the article: Israel's social protesters are not just naive sushi eaters