MK Suaretz hopes Ulpana plan is a sign of things to come

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June 3, 2012 10:24

 
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MK Orit Zuaretz (Kadima) on Sunday backed Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's plan to relocate five unauthorized buildings in the Ulpana outpost to land that has been authorized for housing in the Beit El settlement, expressing hope that it was "a sign of things to come."

"I reinforce Netanyahu in his decision to evacuate ... I hope that Netanyahu will also deal with the rest of the outposts in the settlements that are in a similar legal situation," she said.

"The state of Israel may not legitimize violation of the law just because of historical errors.." she added.

"The addition of Kadima to the government is a key factor to aid Netanyahu in standing standing firm against the extreme right, for the first time," Zuaretz stated.

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