Hatnua MK Tsur tells Livni he won't seek Knesset seat in next election

December 23, 2014 11:50

Hatnua MK David Tsur informed his party leader Tzipi Livni on Tuesday that he will not seek a slot on the combined Labor-Hatnua list in the March 17 election.

Tsur told Livni that he supports the two parties running together and that he hopes other parties will join the bloc, but that he did not want to be on the list.

“I’m satisfied from the time that I served in the Knesset,” he said in a press release. “I will continue to be involved and serve the public in politics and in other ways."

Livni praised Tsur for his dedication and his service in the parliament. She said she looked forward to continue working with him in the future.

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