Lieberman: We must set up Israeli Inquiry Committee

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June 3, 2010 12:36

 
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Israel should have no concerns about forming an internal inquiry committee, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said Thursday on Israel Radio, “we have nothing to hide.”

“We have excellent jurists, such as Meir Shamgar, Aharon Barak, Amnon Rubinstein – one of whom will be willing to take it on himself, and if they want to include an international member of some sort in their committee – that’s alright to,” Lieberman said in an interview on Israel Radio.

“We have an interest in setting up such a committee on our own, not due to outside pressure,” Israel Beiteinu Chairman said.

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