Livni demands Netanyahu take a stand on Declaration of Independence

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
January 14, 2019 13:06
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Hatnua chair Tzipi Livni responded to Likud Party attacks surrounding Israel Resilience chairman Benny Gantz's promise to change the Nation-State Law on Monday afternoon. Livni called on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to take a stand on the Declaration of Independence.

"Remember that day when the Likud turns the Declaration of Independence into something of the Left," Livni said, adding that "the Hatnua Party under my leadership is fighting for a state that is both Jewish and democratic, something that isn't obvious anymore. That is what the fight in the election is about."

"Netanyahu must declare whether he is in favor or against the Declaration of Independence law," Livini demanded.

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