Livni: I won't support 'Jewish state bill,' if PM decides to fire me that's his decision

November 23, 2014 20:12

Justice Minister Tzipi Livni said Sunday that she would not support the 'Jewish state bill' when it goes before the government for a vote on Wednesday, even if it Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu decides to fire her for her decision.

"I will not have a hand in this bill, I won't vote for it," Livni told Channel 2. "If the prime minister decides to fire ministers, that's his decision, she added.

Livni reiterated her belief that the bill was "anti-Zionist and anti-Democratic."

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