Yesha Council lashes out at government for insufficient number of settlement approvals

The Yesha settlement umbrella council lashes out at the government for what it views as an insufficient number of settlement homes that were advanced through various planning stages.

Reacting to the 1,002 homes that were green-lit, the umbrella body points out that previous Civil Administration sessions this year saw the advancement of 2,000 and even 3,000 homes.

“We call upon the prime minister to remove the restrictions and to enact broad construction throughout Judea and Samaria (West Bank), as in the rest of the country. This must be done today.”

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