Livni: Netanyahu should not be prime minister

January 17, 2017 11:28


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Opposition MK Tzipi Livni (Zionist Union) charged on Tuesday that Benjamin Netanyahu should no longer be Israel's prime minister.

Speaking to Israel Radio, the former justice minister accused the premier of failing to represent the platform of the currently-ruling Likud party, rather representing solely his own interests.

"The prime minister is busy with his own dealings and living off of the delightful benefits of others. He has disregarded the public, and the Likud," she told the radio station.

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