Labor says it will not join Netanyahu-led coalition

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January 3, 2013 10:05

 
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The Labor party is expected to announce on Thursday that following what the party considers to be radicalization in the Likud Beytenu's positions, it would not join a coalition led by Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.

"The Labor party is determine to fight to change the government, and will make every effort to lead a coalition that will be an alternative to the extreme Right government that is forming sponsored by the competition between [Bayit Yehudi leader] Bennett and Netanyahu-Liberman on who is more extreme," the party said in a press release.

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