Sa'ar: No need for early elections if Kadima joins gov't

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May 8, 2012 05:42

 
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There is no need for early elections if the Kadima party "takes on responsibility and joins" the coalition, Education Minister Gideon Sa'ar told reporters late Monday night after the announcement that Kadima and Likud would form a unity government.

"The deal will bring political stability and help Israel deal with the coming security and economic challenges," he said.

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