Chariwoman of the Tzipi Livni Party, Tzipi Livni on Saturday reiterated her call for Center-Left parties to form a united front, saying it is "not written in the stars that [Prime Minister Binyamin] Netanyahu will become prime minister."
Speaking at a cultural forum in Tel Aviv, Livni said, "Anyone who understands the gravity of the moment must rally around the initiative I presented in order to replace Netanyahu."
Livni added that she is still "waiting" for [Yesh Atid party leader] Yair Lapid's answer, commenting that the Israeli public deserve to know that there are other possibilities.
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