Sheetrit: Livni continuing Kadima's initial path

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
December 2, 2012 13:55

 
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MK Meir Sheetrit said Tzipi Livni is continuing Kadima's initial path, after announcing Sunday that he would be joining the Tzipi Livni Party list.

"I want to continue to advance my diplomatic and socioeconomic agenda," he told Israel Radio. "I think Tzipi Livni is continuing the initial path of Kadima, of raising the diplomatic issue and dealing with the socioeconomic issues I have dealt with for years."

He added that even though he criticized and opposed her in the last election, "in the current situation" he thought the right thing to do was to join Livni.

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