Livni: New elections are to replace extremist, provocative, paranoid government

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December 2, 2014 11:36

Justice Minister Tzipi Livni on Tuesday let loose at Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu saying the impending elections will "not be over zero sales tax," but on replacing a government she accused of "extremism, provocativeness and paranoia" without knowing how to fight terror balanced with "upholding freedom and Zionism."

Livni, speaking at an Institute for National Security Studies conference, said she was going straight from her speech to meet with Netanyahu and that she "refused to compromise on any of the values that have guided me."


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