Habayit Hayehudi MKs ignore inter-party squabbles

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
August 6, 2009 19:04

 
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The three MKs of Habayit Hayehudi met for the first time since Monday's high profile inter-party squabbles on Thursday when they toured communities of Gush Katif evacuees in the Lachish Regional Council. MKs Zevulun Orlev and Uri Orbach accused party chairman Daniel Herschkowitz of chutzpah on Monday for voting for Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's land reform plan against their wishes. But none of the three MKs apologized or even raised the dispute on the tour. "We came to listen to their problems, and they didn't ask us about ours," Orbach said.

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