Livni: PM creates hatred between different parts of nation

July 13, 2011 18:41


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Following Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's speech at a Kadima-initiated session, Opposition Leader MK Tzipi Livni (Kadima) accused him of "creating hatred between different parts of the nation, between majority and minority."

"This is a prime minister that does not know what democracy is. He is empty of all values. He doesn't understand that equality isn't a favor that you give someone, but a right that belongs to every citizen in the state," Livni said.

"I will not let you, once again, create a supposedly patriotic right-wing battle against organizations that cooperate with the enemy – that is a trick that will fail," the Kadima leader said.

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