Kadima spokesperson criticizes PM for PA funds transfer

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 16, 2011 09:01

 
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The Kadima spokesperson on Monday commented on Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz's decision to transfer funds to the Palestinian Authority, saying in a statement: "Netanyahu is again zigzagging and embarrassing Israel. Nothing was left from his threats and statements against the transfer of funds to the [Palestinian] Authority, other than the widening of the political hole he led Israel to and the embarrassment from its [the country's] failed conduct."

"At Kadima we suggest that, following Netanyahu's folding before the tax issue for the Palestinians, he fold in favor of Israeli tax benefits. If you're already zigzagging, then zigzag in favor of your citizens," the spokesman said.

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