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February 24, 1984 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-24

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Friday, February 24, 1984

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Finance Minister Yigal
Cohen-Orgad submitted a
4.36 trillion shekel (about
$20 billion) budget for fiscal
year 1984-85 to the Knesset
Wednesday, predicated on a
general lowering of living
standards and increased
unemployment until eco-
nomic conditions improve.
It was promptly attacked by
the Labor opposition and
some coalition factions are
not altogether pleased.
Cohen-Orgad argued that
his budget is based on confi-
dence that Israel can over-
come its economic crisis, but
that strong measures are

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necessary. In the budget
presented, real wages will
decline to the level of two
years ago. The government
however will offer a "flexi-
ble cost of living increment
to avoid sharp fluctuations
in real wages," the Finance
Minister said.
Unemployment will rise
to 6.5 percent of the work
force. Some 8,000 jobs will
be eliminated from the pub-
lic service sector. Private
consumption is expected to
be reduced by 1.5 percent
and exports to rise by 8.5
percent, according to the
new budget.
There will be a 20 per-
cent cut in defense ex-
penditures although the
budget assumes that the
Israel Defense Force will
remain in Lebanon
throughout the next fis-
cal year. The government
will purchase less, pay
smaller subsidies for
basic commodities and
services and will reduce










Nine Detroit area organ-
izations, including religious
units, black groups and the
Jewish Community Coun-
cil, have issued a statement
against the current recall
elections in Michigan.
Their statement says:
"The current recall cam-
paigns in Michigan repre-
sent an abuse of the intent
of the constitution because
they are based on one
.specific action or vote and
not on malfeasance or mis-
feasance. These recall cam-
paigns cause fear and with
that, an undue paralysis of
our state government.
"This fear of being
targeted has caused legis-
lators to timidly approach
or avoid crucial social and
human problems which
must be addressed. The
long-term effects of recall
abuse are dangerous. The
best democracy is one in
which we exercise our elec-
toral rights through
periodic elections to deter-
mine the fitness of legis-
lators to serve.
"We must end our pre-
sent recall hysteria and
permit our legislators to
return to the complex
problem of governing."
The statement was signed
by the Department of Chris-
tian Service of the Archdio-
cese of Detroit, Jewish
Community Council of Met-
ropolitan Detroit, Bishop
Coleman McGehee of the
Episcopal Diocesan Center,
Christian Communication
Council, Detroit Associa-
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Detroit Urban League,
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social spending.
The budget assumes that
prices will rise by 130 per-
cent next year although the
Treasury says this is merely
"a technical assumption"
and prices may go higher.
Another assumption is that
the shekel will be worth 192
U.S. dollars. The present
rate of exchange is about
130 shekels to the dollar.

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