Yesh Atid: Livni Party won't last a day after elections

December 6, 2012 12:16


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The Yesh Atid party issued a statement on Friday in response to Amir Peretz's decision to join the Tzipi Livni Party denouncing his move.

"Livni is leading the way in old politics," the statement said.

The Yesh Atid party stated that the Tzipi Livni Party is shaping up as an "asylum for political opportunism" which won't last for a single day following the elections.

Yesh Atid added the only thing its members have in common is political motivation.

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