Gov't to begin hearing bills to dissolve the Knesset

May 7, 2012 09:41


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The government was set to begin discussing on Monday bills submitted by Likud, Labor and Meretz to dissolve the Knesset, Israel Radio reported.

Labor leader Shelly Yacimovich told Israel Radio Monday morning that her party would vote to hold elections on September 4th.

Meanwhile, Kadima chairwoman Dalia Itzik failed to reply on how her party would vote, saying that her party demands that first a new law must replace the Tal Law, and immediately after that the bills to dissolve the Knesset be voted on.

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