Mofaz: Netanyahu, FM in battle to see who's more right-wing

July 14, 2011 11:38


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Kadima MK Shaul Mofaz on Thursday said that the newly passed Boycott Law came as the result of a "strange battle" between Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman "to see who is more right-wing."

Mofaz said in an interview with Israel Radio that the political posturing by Netanyahu and Lieberman was coming at the expense of the nation.

The Kadima MK lamented the lack of progress in the diplomatic process, saying "Netanyahu is leading us to a dead end and we will pay for this."

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