Livni at succa gathering: 'Israel needs Kadima'

Livni at succa gathering

October 6, 2009 22:13


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Opposition leader Tzipi Livni hosted some 500 Kadima activists in her Tel Aviv succa on Tuesday night and said, "Israel needs Kadima, and every day that passes since the establishment of the government proves it more and more." "Israel finally has a party true to its ideals that keeps its promises, and for whom words like values and direction are nor foreign," she added. The opposition leader went on call Kadima "Israeli patriotism at its best," and said that as the country's largest party, it would continue to offer Israelis an alternative and draw attention to the government's "bad policies."

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