Dichter: Livni not filling her role as the leader of Kadima

November 7, 2011 20:00


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Kadima MK Avi Dichter on Monday slammed party chairwoman Tzipi Livni for failing to raise for discussion the findings of a recent state comptroller report in which the party was criticized for its financial management.

"I'm using the subject of the budget in order to say that Tzipi Livni is not filling her role as the leader of a party should," Army Radio quoted Dichter as saying.

Dichter suggested that he would run for the chairmanship of the party in primaries, saying, "I don't intend on being a member in a dirty, undemocratic party. I plan to fix the party from within, not to leave."

Kadima was criticized by the state comptroller for failing to present a complete financial report or disclose full information about its income and expenditure, including regarding the scope and nature of services carried out by a strategic consultant hired by the party.

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