Labor chairwoman Shelly Yacimovich said on Monday that the gaps between her party and Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's party Likud Beytenu are huge.
Speaking at a faction meeting, Yacimovich stressed Labor would stay in the opposition. "Those who think we are here for portfolios and honorary titles as a honey trap is confused," she said.
"We entered the government last time and we all remember how far we fell. We will not be the contractors of Netanyahu," she added.
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