Labor MKs: Yacimovich left us in the dark

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January 28, 2013 19:11

 
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Labor veteran MKs and newcomers criticized party leader Shelly Yacimovich's handling of the election campaign in Monday's faction meeting, but most backed her resolve not to join Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's coalition.

"We will fight Netanyahu and his partners every day and every hour," Yacimovich told the faction during the nearly four-hour meeting. "There is no difference between the prime minister and his partners. Lapid also has an extremist capitalist worldview." Participants in the meeting gave mixed descriptions of the mood in the faction meeting, which was closed to press.

"Everyone let out their frustrations. It was like an anger-management workshop," a senior party source said.

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