Newly elected Kadima leader Shaul Mofaz called for party unity and invited his primary rival Tzipi Livni to work with him to unseat Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.
"From tonight, the path to unseating Netanyahu has begun. From tonight, there is one Kadima," Mofaz said.
"A united and strong Kadima will return Israel to the right path," he continued.
Mofaz promised to work for new socioeconomic agenda, and to get all Israelis to serve in the army. The latter comment caused several haredim (ultra-Orthodox) in crowd to leave the room. Read the full story here.