Livni at Pride Parade: State must protect everyone's rights

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June 10, 2011 13:06

 
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Speaking at the parade's opening ceremony in Tel Aviv's Gan Meir, opposition head MK Tzipi Livni (Likud) told the crowd that all people have the right to be who they want to be, and the issue does not need to be a political issue dominated by the Left.

Quoting Israel's Declaration of Independence, Livni said it is the responsibility of the government and of all politicians to protect the rights of all people.

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