Monday, December 03, 2012

And the Levy Report?

I noticed this:

Cabinet Communiqué
(Communicated by the Prime Minister's Media Adviser)

At the weekly Cabinet meeting today (Sunday, 2 December 2012):

5. Pursuant to its 4 November 2012 decision on establishing institutions and processes that will provide a strong basis for Government strategic planning in the socio-economic field, the Cabinet instructed Environmental Protection Ministry Director-General Alona Sheafer Karo to – in consultation with Prime Minister's Office Director General Harel Locker, National Economic Council Chairman Prof. Eugene Kandel and Chief Statistician Shlomo Yitzhaki – prepare a proposal on an outline for determining quality of life indices.

6. Pursuant to its 8 May 2011 decision on commemorating those who fell in civilian activity, the Cabinet appointed an inter-ministerial steering committee to examine the best way to implement the recommendations of the Kasher committee, which was appointed to evaluate the issue.

So why can't the government deal with the Levy Report?

It has the same administrative standing.


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