"The public will determine who will be in the next government, not [Prime Minister Binyamin] Netanyahu," Tzipi Livni said in a cultural event in Kfar Saba on Saturday, in a final push before Israel goes to the polls on Tuesday.
Livni said that if the public gives her the mandate, she could "force" a peace process on Netanyahu.
"I'll have the ability to force him to do something he really doesn't want to do - [reach] a political arrangement [with the Palestinians]," Livni said.
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