Herzog: Liberman has returned to his old self - Livni, Lapid must leave coalition

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
April 6, 2014 20:31

 
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Labor leader Isaac Herzog responded to comments made by Avigdor Liberman on Sunday, saying that the government has failed in every possible aspect, so elections are not a threat but a hope, Labor leader Isaac Herzog said at an event in tel Aviv.

Liberman said earlier Sunday at The Jerusalem Post's Annual Conference in New York that he would rather have new elections than return to the deal by which Israel would release Palestinian terrorists in order to continue peace talks.

Speaking at an event in Tel Aviv, Herzog stated that Liberman took off his mask and returned to his old self, so[Finance Minister Yair] Lapid and [Justice Minister Tzipi] Livni should reach the required conclusion and leave the coalition.


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