Meir Dagan promises to help Mofaz change system of gov't

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 8, 2012 18:41

 
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"Yesh Sikui” (“There is a Chance”) chairman and former Mossad chief Meir Dagan met Tuesday with Kadima leader Shaul Mofaz and promised to help the new unity government to change the system of government. 

During their meeting Dagan presented a bill drafted by his movement, including calls to raise the electoral threshold from 2 percent to 3%, and to reduce the number of ministers to 16. 

"I am pleased that Kadima's entry into the government is based on the condition that the system of government will change," he said.

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