Livni on doctors' strike: PM must come out of isolation

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August 2, 2011 15:08

 
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Opposition leader Tzipi Livni called for Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to come out of his isolation on Tuesday, at a Knesset conference supporting the doctors' protest.

Livni explained that Netanyahu, who fears the break up of his coalition and has isolated himself from the people, is not paying attention to the "righteous" protests.

"The prime minister is begging for negotiations with the Palestinians but is not willing to enter into negotiations with the citizens of this state," she said. "In order to run a country, you need to feel. He does not feel."

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