Liberman says willing to compromise to achieve pension reform

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May 23, 2016 14:35

 
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Soon-to-be Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman said on Monday that there still has been no agreement in negotiations regarding pension reform for immigrants from the former Soviet Union.

Liberman re-stated that his party Yisrael Beteynu is willing to compromise on issues such as religion and state and death penalty for terrorists as a demonstration of good will in order to ensure pension reform.

When he was questioned about having called Netanyahu a liar, Liberman said he said, "Unnecessary things in the heat of political debate."

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