Mofaz presses to prevent gov't adoption of Levy Report

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October 17, 2012 23:27

 
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Kadima party head Shaul Mofaz on Wednesday night pressed authorities to prevent Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu from adopting the Levy Report legalizing settlements, Israel Radio reported.

Published three months ago by retired Supreme Court justice Edmond Levy, the report found that Israeli settlement in the West Bank is legal under international law and recommended that the government avoid demolishing illegal outposts.

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