Nachman Shai: PM promised everything, fulfilled nothing

January 17, 2011 17:16


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Kadima MK Nachman Shai on Monday criticized Defense Minister Ehud Barak and Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu during a Knesset hearing on a no-confidence motion put forward by Kadima, UAL-Ta'al, Hadash, and Balad.

The Knesset hearing dealt with the issues of "Netanyahu isolating Israel through a series of political actions and failures," and "the planning and building in Arab communities."

"What does Barak have left?" Shai asked. "He doesn't have a party, he doesn't have supporters, he only has a burden. And Netanyahu? The man who promised everything and fulfilled nothing, the man who declared last year that there should be two states for two people and then who maintained one state for two peoples. The man who chose partners who extort him every moment."

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