Kadima: Netanyahu buying MKs to escape responsibility

December 13, 2010 21:54

Responding to an announcement by MK Uri Ariel (National Union) that he will oppose a state inquiry into the Carmel fire after a conversation with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyah, Kadima issued a statement accusing the prime minister of "buying members of Knesset."

The Kadima statement said, "This is is political bribery." It continued, "Netanyahu is buying members of Knesset without shame, and trying at all costs to escape his responsibility for one of the worst failures in the history of the state."

"No political bribery will cover the failure and no exercise will erase the [state] comptroller's report that Netanyahu and his government abandoned Israel's citizens," the statement derided.

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