Danon welcomes withdrawal of 'political corps' Kadima

July 17, 2012 20:50


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MK Danny Danon (Likud) on Tuesday welcomed Kadima's expected withdrawal from the coalition, saying that "water and oil do not connect."

Danon, who was the only Likud MK who opposed Kadima's entry to the coalition said, "the time has come to put an end to the party - void of values and backbone - that is called Kadima."

"Kadima is a political corpse, that will disappear from the pages of history, just as fast as it was created," he added.

"Mofaz decided to play survival in the Knesset," Danon continued. "Having already been pronounced a political corpse along with his party, he received two months of immunity and entered the coalition. .. and now he is finally being ousted."    

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