Kadima leader Shaul Mofaz called on Tzipi Livni, Haim Ramon and other party members to join him in his efforts to replace Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's government in possible early elections, in an interview Wednesday.
Speaking to Israel Radio, Mofaz said that "there is no question we are heading for elections. The goal is to have a unified alternative to Netanyahu."
Responding to claims that Kadima is fractured, the head of the opposition called on former Kadima heavyweights Tzipi Livni and Haim Ramon, as well as other Kadima members, to rally around him in order to "help replace Netanyahu's evil government that ate away every good thing."
Mofaz noted it is still too early for former prime minister Ehud Olmert, who resigned following various charges of corruptions, to rejoin Kadima and return to politics.
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