The Likud party slammed Kadima leader Shaul Mofaz on Monday following his accusations that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's party implemented political bribery and was seeking a "Tal Law 2."
"Everyone remembers what he perhaps as forgotten, that he approved the
Tal Law and voted enthusiastically for the law in the government in
2007," the Likud spokesperson said, referring to the law that allows Haredim to indefinitely postpone army service.
"Mofaz has become the leader of a quarter of a faction and even those who sit by his side don't believe his slogans," Likud said.