Livni: Kadima to join gov't when PM has serious intentions

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December 13, 2010 11:15

 
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Opposition leader Tzipi Livni on Monday said that Kadima will enter the government once it is proven that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu "is serious in his intentions and is ready to change his government."

In an interview with Israel Radio, Livni said that "when Netanyahu needs to choose between a coalition and peace, he prefers his political survival. There is a political majority, a national consensus and a public majority for a [peace] agreement and Netanyahu's political decision indicates his intentions."

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