Livni to take time deciding future

March 31, 2012 22:05


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Former Kadima leader Tzipi Livni does not intend to announce her political future over the next few days, sources close to her said Saturday night.

Livni, who lost last Tuesday's Kadima primary by a landslide, is not expected to attend Monday's Kadima faction meeting or Wednesday's pre-Passover toast hosted by her successor, MK Shaul Mofaz.

Speculation has centered on whether Livni will quit politics or accept Mofaz's leadership and remain a Kadima MK. Livni posted a message on her Facebook over the weekend in which she praised her supporters but did not reveal her future.

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