Labor Sec.-Gen. Eitan Cabel responded to Tuesday's elections, saying "The public shoots the politicians, then cries about it."
According to Cabel, the task of forming a coalition would be a difficult one.
In a Channel 2 interview, he complimented the Gil pensioner's party for their great success, but used the opportunity to note that it was Labor who raised the socio-economic agenda into public awareness.
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