Livni: Views about peace different from current coalition

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December 12, 2010 19:55

 
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In an interview on ABC Opposition Leader Tzipi Livni told Christiane Amanpour that "my views about the peace process and the need to achieve peace are different from this coalition."

Livni said she believed it was a mistake for Israel to reject the U.S. request for a 90-day freeze on settlement building activity."In choosing between building more buildings or making peace, I prefer to make peace." 



Livni said she offered to form a coalition with Netanyahu's Likud Party on several occasions but, "he decided to have this coalition, unfortunately," she said.

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