Livni: Netanyahu must do what is right for Israel

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August 10, 2010 13:11

 
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The basic qualities to be a leader include the ability to do what is right for Israel, according to opposition head MK Tzipi Livni in a statement made Tuesday after Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak  appeared at the Turkel Committee probe into the IDF raid on a Turkish ship trying to break the Gaza blockade on May 31.

"A leader must be able to explain the reasons, considerations and motivations of their decisions," Livni added.

Livni noted that "the nation hears the opinions and sees the hesitations of the government leaders."

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