Livni hails Paz-Pines for 'sticking to his principles'

Opposition leader Livni

January 7, 2010 18:08


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Opposition leader Tzipi Livni (Kadima) spoke Thursday evening with MK Ophir Paz-Pines following his resignation from political life, telling him that she admires his work in the Knesset and government and the dignified manner in which he conducted his political career. "You stuck to your principles and values, even at the cost of ministerial positions," she said. "The Israeli public deserves people such as yourself, and today will be remembered as one in which the Israeli body politic suffered a loss."

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