Itzik to Netanyahu: You wanted only to be elected, not to be a leader

Itzik to Netanyahu You

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 23, 2009 13:41

 
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In a continuation of the opposition's offensive against Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, Kadima faction chairwoman Dalia Itzik addressed Netanyahu on Wednesday afternoon, saying that, "The impression that you wanted to be elected, but not to rule is becoming difficult to ignore." "On a day when an entire nation was gathered around their radios, on a day when an entire nation was waiting expectantly to hear - will Gilad return? On such a day … you used your time for narrow-minded politicking," accused Itzik. "Under your leadership, the State of Israel is paralyzed," she continued, adding that it was now up to Netanyahu to decide "whether Israel will be on the right side of history."

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