Ahead of speech, MK Boim urges Netnayahu to "focus on deeds, not words"

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June 14, 2009 14:40

 
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MK Ze'ev Boim (Kadima) on Sunday slammed the multitude of media reports on Binyamin Netanyahu's foreign policy speech scheduled for Sunday evening, and called on the prime minister to focus on actions rather than on speeches. "For a week now the country is in a state of panic over what Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is going to say. They have been creating a build-up about the speech and gathering together advisers and analysts, and for what?! It's all words," Boim said in a statement to the press. Boin went on to say that "it is not words that are what's important, but deeds. Policy is tested by actions and not by verbal acrobatics."

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