Kadima faction meets to vote on national-unity government proposal

Kadima faction meets to

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December 28, 2009 14:55

 
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The Kadima faction convened on Monday afternoon to discuss Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's offer for the party to join a national unity government. Opposition leader Tzipi Livni hinted on Sunday that she would not accept Netanyahu's offer, which she thought was insincere. Monday's meeting opened with a speech by Livni, followed by individual speeches from each of the Kadima MKs, which were not be time-limited. After the speeches, the faction will vote to accept or reject the prime minister's proposal.

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