Beit Yehudi: Livni will complicate coalition

February 20, 2013 19:54


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Members of the Beit Yehudi party stated on Wednesday that the inclusion of Tzipi Livni in the government coalition could cause complications, Israel Radio reported.

Activists and members of the conservative branch of the party turned to their representatives in the Knesset asking them not to join a government in which Livni would dominate the peace process.

"Such an occurance would definitely be a problem," a member of the Beit Yehudi expressed during the party convention in Jerusalem. "It would be difficult to take part in a government that would support a two-state solution as a central policy."

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