Ya'alon: Demolition of Ulpana outpost may topple coalition

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April 21, 2012 13:25

 
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Vice Premier Moshe Ya'alon warned Saturday that should the government rule to demolish the West Bank outpost of Ulpana, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's ruling coalition would likely be toppled.

Speaking at a cultural event in Beersheba, the Likud minister said "we are a government that is strictly observant to the rule of law. But we are faced with a problem like that of Ulpana, which the Defense Ministry and the State Attorney's Office want to destroy. If the demolition of Ulpana necessitates that the coalition should be broken up, then let the coalition be broken up," Ya'alon stated.

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