Lapid: Negotiations to form coalition 'far from over'

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March 4, 2013 16:57

 
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Yesh Atid chairman Yair Lapid said Monday that negotiations to form the next government coalition were "far from over."

Speaking at a Yesh Atid faction meeting, Lapid stated that "there are still a number of issues that have not been solved."

Lapid expressed hope that "together with the prime minister and the potential [coalition] partners, we will form a government that is good for the state and we will work to improve the lives of the citizens of Israel, including the haredi citizens."

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