Yair Lapid and party delegation meet with Peres

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January 30, 2013 20:38

 
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The Yesh Atid party delegation, led by Yair Lapid, spent more time with President Shimon Peres than Likud Beytenu on Wednesday evening, and did not make any recommendations to the President. When Yair Lapid came out of the meeting he said that he wanted to remind everyone that his delegation did not make any recommendations because it was part of the Yesh Atid platform that the largest party should form the next government.

Lapid reiterated other aspects of the platform, such as doing away with ministers without portfolio, that everyone should play their part in service to the state and that negotiations to the peace process should resume.

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