Sa'ar hopeful Kahlon will change mind about resigning

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 15, 2012 10:36

 
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Education Minister Gideon Sa'ar said Monday that he intended to speak to the Likud Party's minister Moshe Kahlon, and expressed hope that he would change his mind about resigning from politics, Israel Radio reported.

Sa'ar stressed that Kahlon is an admired and successful minister, both in and out of Likud. "I know how important the Likud is to Kahlon, and I'm positive that he will find a way to support it."

The education minister predicted that there will be people who will try to exploit Kahlon's decision to harm the Likud, but he said that any such attempt will not succeed.

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