Orbach: Peretz's calls of 'incitement' won't shut Bayit Yehudi up

October 27, 2013 12:05


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Bayit Yehudi Minister Uri Orbach dismissed accusations from Hatnua Minister Amir Peretz of incitement against Justice Minister Tzipi Livni.

"The main pressure on the prime minister and on the government comes from Hatnua," Orbach said.

"We are interested in influencing this government, and objecting the release of terrorists is just a part of this influence," he added. "Amir Peretz's shouts of 'gevalt!' and Tzipi Livni's shouts of 'enough!' or 'incitement, incitement,' won't shut us up."

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