Livni congratulates Hanegbi on exoneration from 3 charges

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
July 13, 2010 15:37

 
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Kadima leader Tzipi Livni spoke to Tzahi Hanegbi following the announcement of his verdict and congratulated him on his exoneration on three of the charges against him.

She joined him in expressing hope that the court would rule that he can remain in the Knesset and in welcoming the fact that since the case against him began, clear rules were set for political appointments.

"We will wait together with full trust in the courts for the completion of the legal process with hope that after so many years, the process will end soon and we can continue working together on behalf of the state and its people," Livni told Hanegbi.

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