Labor approves Herzog's decision to unite with Livni's party for upcoming election

December 14, 2014 19:37


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The Labor Party on Sunday approved on Sunday evening Isaac Herzog's decision to join forces with Tzipi Livni's Hatnua Party for the upcoming election in March.

"Together we will lead the Highest quality joint list, which will win the elections and replace the leadership, " Herzog said.

"I will replace Benjamin Netanyahu, and the Labor Party, under my leadership, will replace the Likud at the controls of the government. Together with you we will lead the state of Israel. We will bring growth, reduced socio-economic gaps, dialogue with our neighbors, as well as strengthening Israel's security and future," Herzog said.

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