Henin: Menachem Begin wouldn't recognize new, extreme Likud

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November 27, 2012 09:59

 
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MK Dov Henin (Hadash) on Tuesday attacked the Likud over its new right-wing party list, and called for the Israeli electorate to support left-wing parties to counter the new political reality.

"The Likud turned into the house of the 'Feiglinites' overnight," Henin said. "Menachem Begin would not recognize the party that just ousted (Benny) Begin, Dan Meridor and Michael Eitan. The party moved far right of even the National Union party. Facing this extreme Right, we must not move to the center. It is now necessary to strengthen the Left."

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