Livni: The elections have not yet been decided

January 20, 2013 14:48


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Tzipi Livni, party chairwoman on Sunday said that although the public feel the elections have already been won, they "absolutely have not."

Speaking at a Tzipi Livni Party committee meeting, Livni said: "The Israeli public understands that it cannot leave the government in the hands of those who have been running it for the past four years."

"We are the only ones who can stand against the dangers of the radicalism that is sweeping the country and we are the only ones who can make a change," she said.

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