Labor contender Mizrahi slams Kadima over Sharon's support

January 31, 2012 19:54


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Moshe Mizrahi, who is running on the Labor party's Knesset list in the coming elections, criticized Kadima and party leader Tzipi Livni after convicted party member Omri Sharon threw his support behind her Tuesday. Mizrahi said the party is full of infamous people, criminals and former prisoners, citing Ehud Olmert, Haim Ramon, Tzahi Hanegbi "and now - former prisoner Omri Sharon."

"It is time the public opens its eyes and sees who it really wants to lead them and if those are the values and morals [it wants]," he said.

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