Likud MK Eitan: Livni not consistent

August 23, 2011 13:48


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Opposition leader Tzipi Livni is not being consistent, Minister Michael Eitan (Likud) said at the Knesset emergency meeting on Tuesday to discuss the security situation in the South.

"I hear Livni speaking about if she would be prime minister, and I try to remember her behavior when she was a chief minister in the Kadima government and compare," Eitan said.

Eitan said that the IDF need not retaliate to the attacks with all its strength, explaining that "This isn’t just about a military strike, it’s about consequences."

The MK assured the meeting members that the government would act but would first wait for things to calm down.

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