Yacimovich says Right-Left divide over, Likud slams her

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October 11, 2012 09:49

 
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Labor leader Shelly Yacimovich on Thursday dismissed the significance of the Right-Left political divide, saying "this is over" and stressing that her goal is for the upcoming elections to focus on new issues and not the same old "moldy" ones which do not help in the least, according to Army Radio.

She called on the electorate to vote in a totally different manner.

In response, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's Likud party issued a statement describing Yachimovich as "all talk," and claiming that her lack of experience coupled with her economic policy "will bring unemployment to a million Israelis."

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