Livni arrives at TA anti-unity government protest

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May 8, 2012 21:31

 
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Former Kadima leader Tzipi Livni arrived at a Tel Aviv protest against the formation of a national unity government on Tuesday evening. Speaking to reporters, Livni said she was invited by the organizers of the protest, "who care about Israel, are prepared to fight for its future, and cannot tolerate the events of this morning.

The young people deserve principled and value-based politics she said, adding, "They and our children deserve much more than what happened this morning. Things can be done differently."

Meretz MK Nitzan Horowitz and Labor MK Issac Herzog also arrived to participate in the demonstration.

Police arrested two protesters.

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