Liberman: We won't be held hostage by coalition

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
April 3, 2012 20:25

Israel Beiteinu leader Avigdor Liberman warned Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu in a speech to his supporters in Jerusalem that his party would reserve the freedom to act independently despite its partnership in the government.

Speaking at a pre-Passover toast attended by hundreds of Israel Beiteinu activists, Liberman complained about the handling of Hebron, Migron, criteria for housing benefits, and  conscription to the IDF. He said Israel Beiteinu would promote its own initiatives and legislation on such controversial issues."We don't want elections now for 1000 reasons, but if someone thinks we are hostages because of coalition agreements and because of my legal proceedings, they are mistaken,” Liberman said. “We expect decisive decisions to be made and not further stalling.”

Liberman complained about unilateral steps taken by other coalition partners like Shas and Defense Minister Ehud Barak's Independence Party.

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