Livni: Political partnership born in sin is now ending

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 17, 2012 19:25

 
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Former Kadima leader Tzipi Livni on Tuesday welcomed Kadima's withdrawal from the coalition, saying that "a political partnership that was born in sin is ending, and it's good that its ending."

"There are no more fig leaves that will hide the moral failure of this government," said Livni.

"I think the justification of the principles we have worked for in recent years is now clearer than ever - I repeatedly emphasized to the public that no good would come of joining a coalition which abandons the public with the issue of the burden of social and economic security, a coalition that would prevent any peace process," Livni continued.      

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