Gal-On: PM capable of any dirty move to preserve power

July 23, 2012 11:55


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Meretz leader Zehava Gal-On on Monday accused Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu of being capable of implementing any dirty move that will preserve his power, a day after five Kadima MKs confirmed their intention to leave Kadima for the Likud.

"Leftists who voted for Tzipi Livni against Netanyahu woke up and found out that their vote will roll to Netanyahu, because in the centrist parties, in stead of principles, there are only seats," said Gal-On.

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