Braverman expresses doubt over Mitzna leading Labor again

December 18, 2010 14:25


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Minority Affairs Minister Avishay Braverman commented on the possible return of former Labor Party leader Amram Mitzna to political life, expressing doubt over Mitzna's ability to the lead the party again.

Braverman said, "Amram Mitzna is a worthy man, but his attempts to shop around in Meretz and other left-wing movements raise questions about his desire and ability to lead a party that will conquer the center of the political map," he said. "Labor cannot lean too far left so that it perpetuates the view that Kadima is the only party that appeals to center supporters which are the majority of the Israeli public."

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