Hadash MK says new coalition is 'dangerous'

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March 14, 2013 12:28

 
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Hadash MK Dov Henin also responded to final coalition decisions, stressing the importance of creating strong opposition "camps" in order to challenge policies of the "dangerous" new government that has been formed. "Camp Democracy," which would stand against eliminating minority groups, is one of several he suggested.

He also wrote that the the coalition is an "alliance forged between the settlers and the wealthy," not offering any congratulatory remarks. He stated that he had already begun talks with other opposition MKs on the controversial  matter of settlements in the West Bank.

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