Kadima: Livni abandoned party, presided over its erosion

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June 13, 2012 11:04

 
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The Kadima party slammed former Kadima chair Tzipi Livni's for pessimistic comments over the future of the party. In a statement to Army Radio released Wednesday morning, the party said: "Kadima does not need advice from a woman who abandoned the party after presiding over its consistent erosion over the span of three years."

At a Tuesday symposium at the IDC-Herzliya, Livni expressed pessimism over the party's future, saying "Kadima will not exist in next year's election." Livni made the comments in response to a question posed by an audience member, Army Radio reported.

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