Tzipi Livni Party, Meretz make no recommendation for PM

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 31, 2013 16:18

 
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The Tzipi Livni Party on Thursday said it is not making a recommendation for prime minister, but is judging the coalition by its performance.

The party said that they are unable to recommend a candidate, because the composition of the coalition and their policies are still unknown.

"We have to take Israel out of political isolation and resume negotiations," Livni said.

Zehava Gal-On of the Meretz party also made no recommendation to President Shimon Peres.

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