Linvi: Labor abandoned the diplomatic issue

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November 30, 2012 16:03

 
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Former Kadima head and leader of "The Tzipi Livni Party" congratulated Labor following the announcement of its primary results on Friday, but lamented the fact that "Labor with Yacimovich at its head abandoned the diplomatic issue and turned left on social issues."

"Mere hours after the Palestinians were recognized in the UN and in light of the diplomatic and security challenges, The Tzipi Livni Party is the only alternative to Netanyahu and the extreme Likud Beytenu list," Livni added.

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