Barak: Netanyahu's gov't must change, or be taken down, before it's too late

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June 16, 2016 20:31

 
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Former prime minister Ehud Barak harshly criticized the government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday, saying that if the country's leadership does not change its ways, the people would be forced to bring it down through protest and at the ballot box.

"I call on the government to get a hold of itself and to get back on track immediately," Barak said at the Interdisciplinary Center's Annual Herzliya Conference.

"If you do not, it will be the duty of all of us, yes, all of us, to get up out of our seats, no matter how comfortable they are - and to bring it down, through popular protest and through the ballot box, before it's too late."

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