Livni: It's not to late to unite parties on Left

December 5, 2012 19:43


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t is not too late for the Left to unite, leader of the new "Movement" party Tzipi Livni said Wednesday.

"It's still not too late, we can lead an alternative to the premiership in several ways," Livni said in a press conference after elaborating on rejected offers she made to Labor leader Shelly Yacimovich and Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid.

"From Shelly Yacimovich I got three nos: no to an official merger, no to adding additional people, no to a rotation. From Yair Lapid, to whom I proposed only a combined list, I got one big no," she said.

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