Livni: Israel in need of a political revolution

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October 28, 2012 21:50

 
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The Israeli government is in need of a political revolution, which no politician can bring about on their own, former opposition leader Tzipi Livni said Sunday night.

“Israel is in need of dramatic and significant decisions” Livni said, adding “in order for this to happen there must be a revolution. This isn't just my decision or up to just me, there must be a bloc and a collaborative decision about a candidate to head the government."

Speaking at a meeting of the Green Movement in Tel Aviv, the former Kadima Party head appeared to hint at her support of a unified center/center-left bloc to counter the Likud-Beitenu list, and that she herself doesn't necessarily need to sit at the top of the unified list.

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