Livni: It won't take surgery to remove Netanyahu from office, just votes

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
January 5, 2019 21:05
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Former opposition leader and Hatenua party leader Tzipi Livni responded Saturday to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's "joking" video, posted to Facebook, calling on Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit not to call him in for a pre-indictment hearing if a final decision on his cases are not made before the election.

"The prime minister's seat is not physically attached to Netanyahu's body, and it does not take surgery to remove it - only elections," Livni said, "elections in which the public will decide which prime minister it wants sitting on that chair, and it is appropriate that the public hear the Attorney General's decision."

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