Yechimovich: PM right on coalition discipline

June 6, 2012 11:26


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Opposition Leader Shelly Yechimovich said Wednesday that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is correct in enforcing coalition discipline against two "hasdara" bills that would side-step a High Court ruling mandating the destruction of the West Bank outpost of Ulpana.

It is unfortunate, she added, that he put down his foot following extreme acts within the coalition.

Steps must be taken to ensure that further actions undermining the rule of law will not be taken, which would reduce Israel's standing in the international community, said Yechimovich.

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