Livni: Election results not just a win for Netanyahu, but a 'victory for hate, fear'

March 19, 2015 09:56


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Zionist Union co-leader Tzipi Livni said Thursday she was very concerned with the election results, which currently show Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's party leading with 30 seats while her faction trails with 24 mandates.

"The results here are not just a victory for Netanyahu, they are actually a victory for hate and fear," she told Army Radio in reference to the premier's last-minute bid to garner votes by warning that the right-wing faced danger from the large turnout of Israeli Arab pollster.

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