Livni: My criticism of Netanyahu hasn't changed

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February 20, 2013 09:03

 
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Despite being the first to join Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's government, Tzipi Livni said on Wednesday morning that her criticism towards the prime minister's political views has not changed.

Speaking to Israel Radio, Livni said she and Netanyahu worked to find common grounds on which they could both work in order to advance the two-state solution.

"Our common goal was reached after hours of conversation following the elections," Livni said. "When there's a common goal, you put aside your differences," she added.

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