At the beginning of this week, Ben-Nun presented his 'reform,' which is in fact the complete opposite of a reform. Instead of stimulating competition, it strengthens the IEC's power as a monopoly.
A real reform in the education system -one that will pass the administrative scepter to school principals.
The chairman of the Knesset House Committee, Kadima MK Ruhama Avraham, knows what's truly important for an MK. She knows that publicity for her is most important.
It is impossible to fight poverty with a cessation of growth in the econonomy.
Hirchson has taken an accelerated course in macroeconomics. The course was administered by members of his own budget division, who declared him a diligent pupil.
So who wants privatization anyway? Who is the idiot who wants to replace the excellent service that is provided today by the public sector?