Peretz and Eini reconcile after years of disputes

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
November 12, 2012 23:53

 
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MK Amir Peretz (Labor) and Histadrut chairman Ofer Eini reconciled after years of disputes on Monday.

Peretz said he and Eini met one-on-one to discuss their problems and the reasons for their previous arguments.

“We successfully got over our issues from the past, we have a clean slate and we shook hands,” Peretz said.

In July, Eini accused Peretz and Labor MK Eitan Cabel of forging the signatures of hundreds of Histadrut members on forms enabling them to run for the chairman position.

“Ofer Eini is acting like dictator and a bully,” Peretz’s spokeswoman said at the time. “He is afraid of facing off against any candidate because he knows the workers are sick of him.”

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