Lapid changes Likud's billboard: You came to incite? We came to change

The previous billboard put up by Likud read “They will not decide” with a photo of prominent media personalities.

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January 25, 2019 10:05
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Yesh Atid replaces Likud's billboard with "You came to incite? We came to change

Yesh Atid replaces Likud's billboard with "You came to incite? We came to change. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Yair Lapid's party, Yesh Atid, changed the billboard posted by the Likud a week ago at the Glilot Junction in Tel Aviv with a new billboard reading, “You came to incite? We came to change."

Yair Lapid personally oversaw the changeover on Friday morning.

The previous billboard put up by Likud read “They will not decide” with a photo of prominent media personalities. 

A spokesperson for Yesh Atid said that the party could not remain indifferent to Netanyahu's  recent incitement which has only intensified since elections were called, according to a press release publicized on Friday morning.

Yesh Atid stated, “Netanyahu is trying to drag the country down into his own personal survival battle but the elections will be about real life. He wants us all to focus on his investigations and his incitement because he knows that if we focus on the rising cost of living and the waiting times in hospitals – he’ll lose.”

Yair Lapid added, “Bibi, we and our children have to keep living in this country after you. Stop the incitement, stop!”

















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