Labor MK Bar-Lev: If the government had courage it would call early elections

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April 6, 2014 18:33

 
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Labor MK Omer Bar-Lev said Sunday that "if the government truly had courage, it would really go to early elections."

Bar-Lev's comments came in response to Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman's claim at The Jerusalem Post Conference on Sunday, in which he said that going to early elections is preferable to releasing Palestinian terrorists as part of peace talks.

"I call on Liberman to stand behind his word, and not to let the peace process be left hanging," Bar-Lev stated.

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