Livni: New government 'is not good for Israel'

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May 7, 2015 01:16

 
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Zionist Union co-leader MK Tzipi Livni slammed the announcement of the formation of Israel's new government Wednesday night, asserting that it "is not good for Israel."

"When it's said that a government of 61 [seats] is not good, they are wrong. What isn't good is the government itself," Livni wrote on Facebook Wednesday night, adding that "the government announced tonight is not good for Israel in its manner, worldview, values, objectives."

Livni, who previously served as justice minister, continued to say that the 61-seat coalition was in fact good for the state as its slim majority would lead to its replacement by "a government that will lead Israel on its way."

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