Yacimovich: We will topple Netanyahu, build 'fair' gov't

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May 7, 2012 17:28

 
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Labor party leader Shelly Yacimovich said on Monday that her main goal was to topple Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's rule and to establish an alternative government which will be "responsible and fair."

Yacimovich added that Labor is in a "excellent" position as both Netanyahu and Kadima party leader Shaul Mofaz have attacked it in the last 24 hours.

According to the Labor leader, the attacks on multiple fronts show that all of the relevant parties view Labor as the main threat and alternative to Netanyahu's current government.

Early elections are also a good sign for Labor, as they advance the day when Labor can replace the current government said Yacimovich, confirming that Labor helped pick the date when elections will likely occur.

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