Meretz lambastes Livni: She is weakening Center bloc

November 27, 2012 12:50


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Meretz head Zehava Gal-On lambasted former foreign minster Tzipi Livni on Tuesday for announcing the formation of a new political party.

"Livni is a deserving woman filled with good intentions," she said. "But her entrance into the political realm is a repeat of Kadima, only backwards, because she is weakening her opponents in the Center bloc - Labor and Yesh Atid. In previous elections Livni dressed as a leftist but failed as an impotent opposition party. Her political message is also dazed and confused after she supported the IDF operation in Gaza."

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