Kahlon: I will definitely return to politics

January 18, 2013 14:27


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Likud minister Moshe Kahlon, who announced in October that he will not run in the upcoming January 22 Knesset election, said on Friday that he will "definitely" return to politics in the future.

"I am currently leaving on my own accord, I don't need to be kicked out. I don't know when, but I'll definite return," Kahlon said at Ma'ariv's economic convention.Kahlon also talked of the upcoming election, saying he dreams of seeing two unified blocs - Right and Left.

"It's healthy for democracy," he said. "[Currently], there are parties that aren't big enough, and the rest are fragments of parties. Reforms get stuck [in the Knesset] because of coalition extortion."

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