Livni: Kadima is alternative to govt's lack of direction

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January 31, 2010 15:40

 
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“Israel's current leadership is not providing the public a clear direction for the long term," opposition leader Tzipi Livni said during a tour of the South on Sunday. "The government is sitting in a chair that it is trying to keep from shaking. To this we in Kadima offer an alternative." said Livni.

The Kadima chair went on to say that "an administration that clearly states where it is going is one that empowers the public...the leaderhip of the the communities of the Gaza perimeter proved the importance of such leadership during Operation Cast Lead and today as well."

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