Israeli authorities have been forced to make an appeal to the wealthiest 10% of the population to subsidize their monthly rent.

The new government’s budget announced Tuesday, however, did not contain a figure for subsidizing the rent for people earning over $100,000 a year.

It comes amid a debate over whether the world’s wealthiest 1% should be forced to pay the cost of their monthly housing expenses.

The 1% are already paying about 80% of their rent for a median-priced apartment in Tel Aviv.

But the government’s decision has prompted calls for a universal solution, including a nationwide tax on the richest 1%.

The country has been struggling with high inflation, with rents soaring to record levels.

But for many Israelis, the increase has been especially severe for those earning above $100000 a time, who are able to afford the new taxes.

The country’s most powerful lawmaker, Naftali Bennett, has proposed a new tax on all of the country’s top earners, as well as the wealthiest 1%.

In the current budget, the budget plan proposed by Bennett would have required the poorest 1% to pay 50% of rent, which would amount to $30 billion annually.

The top 1%, however, would only pay 20% of that amount, which is equivalent to $9 billion a year, according to the budget.

Bennett’s plan was quickly condemned by the opposition Labor Party, which said the tax was not in the best interest of the poor.

“This is not about helping the poor and the underprivileged,” said Benjamin Netanyahus, the party’s justice minister.

“It is about the super-rich who have been paying the highest rents for decades.

They don’t deserve to pay even half of what the public is paying.”

The new tax would be levied on the 1% of households that earn more than $1 million a year and include the wealthiest 0.1% of Israeli households.

The 1% would pay 50%, with the top 0.01% paying 70%.

A representative for Bennett told the Jerusalem Post he would not comment on the budget because it was not final.

Netanyahas spokesman said the government would not use the tax to redistribute income and would instead focus on increasing the number of schools.

The Finance Ministry did not respond to a request for comment.

The government has said the budget was meant to be “balanced” and said that the budget did not reflect the current situation.

“We will ensure that the budgetary balance is balanced, but it will not be balanced with a tax on everyone,” Bennett said.

“We will also ensure that there is no redistribution of income.”

Bennett also proposed a measure that would tax any household earning more than the national average of $100 million annually.

The proposed tax, however (PDF), is estimated to cost at least $1.4 billion a month, according a report from the Tax Authority.

The budget also proposed tax cuts for companies with more than 10 employees, including some in the pharmaceutical industry, but not for companies that are not publicly traded.

The plan would also allow companies to sell their assets for cash or use them to pay dividends.