Livni: After Netanyahu zigzag on two-state solution, no one in the world believes him

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
March 19, 2015 22:22

 
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Zionist Union MK Tzipi Livni said on Thursday after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's interview with US news outlet MSNBC that it was sad that "after another zigzag from Netanyahu" on the two state solution with the Palestinians, "there is no one left in the world who believes the prime minister of Israel."

No Likud MK was willing to criticize Netanyahu Thursday for his two-state endorsement.

During the election campaign Netanyahu said that a Palestinian state would not emerge under his tenure.

In the interview on Thursday, Netanyahu said he never retracted his speech in Bar Ilan University six years ago calling for a "demilitarized Palestinian state that recognized the Jewish state.” 

“I want a sustainable peaceful two-state solution. But for that, circumstances have to change,” he said.

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