Netanyahu: Livni a 'serial unity refuser', I still want to expand gov't

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December 28, 2009 20:08


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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Monday evening called Kadima party leader Tzipi Livni "a serial unity refuser," after her party rejected his offer to join a national unity government. "Livni is a serial unity refuser … I am still determined to expand the government in light of the national challenges we are facing," Netanyahu told his advisers. Livni had accused Netanyahu of "arrogance" and a cynical use of the threats Israel is facing after her faction unanimously voted to reject the premier's current offer to join a national unity government. "She is the last person who can preach after she held a political parlor meeting during the war while missiles were falling," sources close to the prime minister said in response to her criticism.

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