FM: We are the most senior and loyal coalition partner

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July 19, 2010 10:52

 
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Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman expressed his disgust with the treatment received by his Israel Beiteinu party from the government of coalition leader Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu with reporters at a press conference at the Knesset on Monday.

"I don't remember a time when so much nonsense was said about me in all these years," said Lieberman. "We [Israel Beiteinu] are the most senior and loyal partner [in the coalition.]"

"How was it possible that we were the first to bring forward the minimum wage bill, but the last group considered in the budget," asked Lieberman.

Lieberman added, "we have no intent to leave the government."

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