The Kadima faction said Monday that in light of security developments in the South it was removing from the Knesset schedule a no-confidence vote scheduled for later in the day.
Faction head Dalia Itzik said that at the moment, "as a million citizens are under fire, this is the correct and responsible thing to do. The Israeli government should give a real response to the security situation and ensure the safety and security of the South's residents."
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