MK Eitan calls to include Kadima in coalition government

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September 27, 2010 10:10

 
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MK Michael Eitan (Likud) called to include Kadima in a national unity government in his personal website on Monday.

Kadima's participation in a unified government should be considered as part of the necessary sacrifices which need to be made by Israel at the political level, Eitan said online. The government must be broadened and that can be achieved by including the large opposition group, he explained.

"Israel will be forced to struggle with security arrangements which are considered most important among other subjects," said Eitan. "For this, a broad national unity will be required and we can begin establishing the foundations at this time."

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