Gal-On: If FM doesn't resign I'll appeal to High Court

December 13, 2012 16:59


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If Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman does not resign following an indictment, Meretz leader Zehava Gal-on said Thursday that she will appeal to the High Court of Justice.

The High Court, she said, maintains that a government minister must act with integrity and ethics.

"But Liberman has demonstrated corruption, bullying and breach of public trust... his recent comments against the European community were designed to divert attention from the indictment against him, show that every day that he is in office causes irreversible damaged to Israel," she said.

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