Ze'ev Boim told Army Radio Tuesday morning that the decision taken by rebel Likud members to torpedo his appointment to become minister was a personal disappointment for him, but added that he was more disappointed in the behavior of his fellow party members and in how the whole process was handled.
"I am very unhappy...this is the first time that a prime minister has appointed ministers...and their own party members have been against it."
He went on to say that the actions of the Likud rebels was a personal vendetta against the prime minister.
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