Danon: Must restrain Barak from left-wing agenda

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April 4, 2012 16:09

 
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Deputy Knesset Speaker Danny Danon lashed out at Defense Minister Ehud Barak as security forces began evacuating the Hebron House on Wednesday.

"Barak has gone out of control. He must be restrained before it is too late," said Danon. "His decisions against the government's decisions expose him as a left-wing agent that should be sitting in the opposition," he added.

The deputy Knesset speaker also said that Barak has no mandate from the country and that "the evacuation is an anti-democratic action." He concluded that the time has come "to evacuate Barak from the government."

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