Kadima MK Mofaz: Peace talks may lead to coalition changes

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
September 2, 2010 21:26

 
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Kadima MK Shaul Mofaz spoke Thursday about the possibility current peace negotiations leading to changes in the coalition.

"If by the end of the year we see that there are real intentions to reach an agreement with the Palestinians, Kadima will have to decide its path," Mofaz told Army Radio.

"The prime minister will have to decide whether he wants to expand his coalition and change its guidelines. If he does, there will be many in Kadima who will want to help reach a real agreement. Most Kadima members would be willing to give their backing from inside the government if there is a process that could lead to peace."

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