Yacimovich calls on PM to denounce Liberman

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December 27, 2012 15:00

 
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Labor leader Shelly Yacimovich on Thursday called for Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to denounce Liberman and his "corrupt behavior pattern."

"Instead of celebrating with showy parties that cost hundreds of thousands of shekels and turning [Liberman] into a hero, you should suspend him from the election campaign," she stated.

According to Yacimovich, Netanyahu is sending a message to young people that it is alright to be corrupt.

"The citizens of Israel deserve a government that follows the rule of law and is a worthy model for the nation," she said.

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