In the past year, a growing number of Israeli lawmakers and officials have sought to limit or limit the amount of cash that can be deposited into their personal bank accounts.
The money can be used for things like buying food, and for medical expenses.
A few days ago, a senior member of the government announced that he was going to cut the limit on cash withdrawals.
But the move has been met with criticism from both the public and by those who are concerned about the financial burden it places on the state and the people.
The limit was increased from $50 to $100 for individuals and $200 to $300 for companies.
Some critics of the move say it will not be enough to pay for the salaries of public employees and other government workers.
Some people are calling it a form of theft, and say the government should have introduced a cash cap at the beginning of the year.
Some also have said that limiting cash withdrawals will create a new form of poverty in Israel.
The debate has polarized Israel and brought a lot of criticism to the Prime Minister’s Office and the government.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he was pleased with the decision and hopes that it will increase economic growth.
He has also called on the public to contribute to the government’s coffers.
On the other hand, the public is not as optimistic about the cash limit.
Some are saying that the government has decided to go too far.
Many in the public have been voicing their discontent about the policy, and there are even calls for the Prime Ministry to end the limit altogether.
The cash limit was announced in July.
It was originally set at $200,000 per year, but has since been raised to $500,000.
On Wednesday, Finance Minister Yair Lapid announced that the limit will be lowered to $250,000 and that the cap will be reduced to $200 a month.
Some analysts say that the decision to limit cash withdrawals is a step in the right direction.
“It is an attempt to create an economic incentive for people to donate, but it also serves to create more financial pressure on the government,” said Amir Tibon, an economist at the Israel Democracy Institute.
“I think it is an effective way to discourage some people from contributing.
This may be good for the economy, but for those who cannot contribute, it is not.”
Some politicians have also said that the cash cap is not a solution, as it will make people feel guilty.
“The limit is arbitrary and it is a bad decision that will encourage people to give money,” said Avraham Burg, a member of Israel’s Knesset.
“But I also understand that it is the best solution.
It will make us all feel good, even if the limit is reduced to less than $500 a month.”
Some have said they do not agree with the change and are opposed to the cash ban.
Some have also called for the limit to be lifted and the limit of $200 for individuals to be increased to $1 million per year.
Others have said it is just a way of reducing tax revenues and that there is no reason to restrict cash donations to only government employees and their families.
The Finance Ministry said that it has already raised funds for the cash transfer program, which is intended to help people who cannot afford to contribute.
In addition to the money that can now be used to pay salaries and for other expenses, the Finance Ministry says that it plans to offer incentives for people who can contribute, including discounts on certain items.
The new plan also allows individuals and businesses to set aside up to $10,000 a month for emergencies.
However, it will require businesses to provide employees with the cash, which will be distributed by the government to companies.
It also plans to establish a new bank account to assist with payments.
In response to the public criticism, Finance Ministry officials say that they will continue to support cash transfers for emergencies, but will not limit the total amount of the program.
The government says that the move will help to prevent people from using cash to buy food.