After a week of political jockeying among the Center-Left, Labor leader Shelly Yacimovich on Saturday cast her political attention toward Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.
"I am committed to returning the central discussion to an ideological agenda, and my only political rival is Binyamin Netanyahu," Yacimovich said.
The public, she said, wants to wash aside the political events of the past week, in which Labor, Yesh Atid, and Tzipi Livni's new "movement" party failed to unite ahead of the Thursday deadline for submitting their final party lists for the upcoming elections.
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