Liberman: I will support any attempt to disperse the Knesset and call early elections

January 25, 2016 15:40


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Yisrael Beytenu leader Avigdor Liberman said Monday that given the current political situation, Israel would be forced to hold early elections.

The opposition MK said that "once upon a time you had here the concerned citizen - today, all of the citizens need to be concerned. This government has no policy: there is no interior policy, no foreign policy, no security policy. Everything is done haphazardly and therefore there is no choice but to go to early elections."

Liberman, speaking at the Yisrael Beytenu faction meeting, said that his party would "support any law to disperse the Knesset because this government is leading Israel into the abyss."

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