Kadima submitting non-confidence motion to Knesset

June 7, 2010 15:40

Kadima chair Tzipi Livni was set to submit a non-confidence motion to the Knesset on Monday.

The motion accuses the government of "seeking to evade responsibility for the raid on the flotilla." According to Kadima, ministers have failed to take responsibility for the raid and instead been content to let the soldiers take the blame. Arab parties were also due to submit non-confidence motions, and although Kadima have said they will not support the Arab partys' motions, the government accused Kadima of "joining with the Arabs" to submit its non-confidence motion.

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