Livni: Gov't suffers of 'political schizophrenia'

November 12, 2010 14:21


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Opposition leader Tzipi Livni on Friday responded to Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman's remarks regarding peace with Syria saying that the Israeli government suffers of "political schizophrenia."

"I heard Lieberman when he said that whoever thinks it is possible to make peace with Syria is a 'political hypochondriac,'" Livni said.

"If we are speaking in terms of psychiatry, I think that a government which one day uses this sort of tone, and on other day speaks about peace with Syria and the Palestinians, is a government that expresses 'political schizophrenia.'"

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