MK Eitan to Barak: Abandoning Galant was unbecoming

February 13, 2011 14:30


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MK Michael Eitan told Defense Minister Ehud Barak that the way he conducted himself in the Galant affair, and how he abandoned Maj.-Gen. Yoav Galant, was "unbecoming," in the Knesset on Sunday.

Eitan was responding to a comment from Barak, in which he criticized the "unbecoming way" the MK acted during the affair. The back-and-forth was spurred by a suggestion that Galant be prevented from holding public office in the future.

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