Regev: Rabin and Peres turn in their graves over Labor Party

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
January 11, 2019 11:45
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Minister of Culture and Sport Miri Regev said that "Rabin and Peres are turning in their graves when they see what was done to the Labor Party" at the Leumiyada event held in Eilat.

"Gabay ruined every place he was in," Regev stated. "Livni refuses to understand her situation. Yair Lapid heard about the New Right and said to himself, 'this is my chance to [make it].' The Likud must be strengthened to 40 seats."

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