Livni: PM isn't the solution, he's the problem

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July 30, 2011 20:36

 
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Addressing the social struggle and demands for social justice vocalized in protests and tent protests across the country, opposition leader Tzipi Livni said that "Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is not the solution, he's the problem," speaking with Channel 10 on Saturday night.

While acknowledging that protesters don't want to hand their struggle over to any political party, something she praised, Livni said that "at the end of the day, this is a problem that will have to be solved politically."

The opposition leader also called on the prime minister to cancel the Knesset's scheduled summer recess. Livni also said she hopes that elections come soon, saying, "Israel deserves [an opportunity] to change this government."

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