Livni: These elections may determine a new prime minster

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January 22, 2013 20:16

 
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Tzipi Livni urged voters to hit the polls on Tuesday evening, saying that "these elections are turning into elections for prime minister."

Livni stated that it was possible to unseat Prime Minster Binyamin Netanyahu and voters should "think deeply who has the ability and experience to lead the state in place of Netanyahu."

Livni added that only her party had the necessary experience to face the country's challenges, unlike other "trendy" parties.

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