Gal-On slams PM for backtracking on joint peace statement

June 12, 2013 11:13


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Meretz MK Zehava Gal-On on Tuesady slammed Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu for backtracking on an official communique released by his bureau and which was to serve as a joint statement with the Polish government affirming the Palestinians’ right to statehood.

"Netanyahu's repudiation of the planned joint statement with the Polish prime minister only reveals the true face of the [Israeli] prime minister, who continues to lead the public astray and prove to us time and again that he has no intention of making peace," Gal-On said.

Gal-On continued to blame Netanyahu for obstructing the peace process with the Palestinians.

"For four year Netanyahu has fed us, and the world, the same pile of lies, and accuses the Palestinian of obstructing peace," Gal-On said adding that, "While Netanyahu's true face is exposed, in this situation, we realize that the non-partner -- is Netanyahu".

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