Mofaz: Political Center must unite to replace Likud

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November 28, 2012 18:17

 
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Kadima head Shaul Mofaz on Wednesday night called for parties in the political Center to unite in order to replace Likud at the head of government, according to Army Radio.

"United we have a lot of power," Mofaz told a group of high-school students in Ramat Gan. "I believe that there will yet be some changes in the political map that will allow us come together more closely, strongly, and that will allow us to replace the governing party in Israel."

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