PM tells Mofaz to act responsibly with information he has

August 30, 2012 14:58


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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu told opposition leader Shaul Mofaz on Thursday that he expected him to act responsibly with the things he had told him.

Netanyahu's comments came during his monthly statutory update meeting with Mofaz.

"I know you will use the media for things that you were told, but I expect you to act responsibly. If expect that of you, and more than you have done until now."

Netanyahu was seemingly referring to Mofaz's recent comments, criticizing his policies on Iran.  

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