Bayit Yehudi slams Netanyahu over Livni, peace process

February 19, 2013 23:25


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Bayit Yehudi slammed Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Tuesday for bringing Tzipi Livni into the government and allowing her to control peace negotiations with the Palestinians.

"Placing negotiations in the hands of those who tried to divide Jerusalem and who are responsible for the disengagement will undoubtedly make it harder for Bayit Yehudi to engage in coalition talks," party sources said according to Channel 10.

"When we presented our views on settlements and we waited for a response from the Likud, it seems that Netanyahu spent his time wrapping up policy with Tzipi Livni and Amir Peretz."

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