Livni criticizes Rafi Eitan's endorsement of Mofaz

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 26, 2012 12:28

 
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Kadima leader Tzipi Livni on Monday decried the hypocrisy of former pensioners affairs minister Rafi Eitan, who last week endorsed Kadima primary candidate Shaul Mofaz for party leadership.

According to a statement released by her office, Eitan had said that he campaigned for Livni not to form a government conditioned on ultra-orthodox support after the 2008 election, while now he supports the haredi parties.

The statement added that "today those that campaigned to thwart a Livni-led government [in 2008] have joined those that are campaigning to thwart a Livni victory in the Kadima primaries."

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