Slomiansky: Lapid Was 'A Nightmare to Work With'For two years, MK Nissan Slomiansky worked 'under the thumb' of ex-Finance Minister Yair Lapid, calling it a 'nightmare'.
MK: No Money for Nakba-Promoting TA CinematekA Tel Aviv art house theater that is sponsoring a weekend of films about the Nakba should lose its funding, said MK Nissan Slomiansky.
Slomiansky: Shame on Employers Who Hire TerroristsMK Nissan Slomiansky said he would propose a bill making it illegal to employ convicted terrorists, like the shooter of Yehuda Glick.
Slomiansky: Where is Lapid Getting the Money?Finance Committee chairman MK Nissan Slomiansky wants to hear from the Finance Minister how he plans to fund the 2015 budget.
Slomiansky: Best Thing Might Be to Close Down IBAKnesset Finance Committee chairman Nissan Slomiansky says that there is a long list of problems at the Israel Broadcast Authority.
Anti-Monopoly Law Passed by the KnessetThe Knesset on Monday night approved law that will require the breakup of monopolies and oligopolies, profoundly changing the economy.