Yacimovich: Livni's belief that she can topple PM is absurd

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January 18, 2012 12:50

 
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Opposition leader Tzipi Livni 's attempt to present herself as the one to topple Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is ridiculous and out of touch, said Wednesday Labor Party Leader Shelly Yacimovich.

Livni announced that Kadima will hold primaries for the party's leadership on March 27 during a Wednesday morning press-conference. "This primary will not only decide who will head Kadima but whether the Netanyahu government can be overthrown," Livni had stated.

Yachimovich responded to her statements saying, "Kadima is dangerous and conflicted, has no ideology and has come to the end of its political journey. The party never realized its goals, and is capitalist and anti-social."

"Labor remains a united governmental alternative, social democratic, for a fair economy, social justice and state responsibility for its citizens," she affirmed.

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