Kadima and Labor officials met Tuesday evenin in Kfar Hamaccabia to discuss the terms of Labor joining a Kadima-led coalition, Israel
Earlier today, representatives of the Kadima negotiating team said that they did not exclude the possibility that Israel Beiteinu Chairman Avigdor Lieberman be appointed internal security minister, but stipulated that Attorney General Menahem Mazuz had to approve the appointment.
Lieberman stated that even if he could not hold the post himself, he would demand that it be assigned to another MK from his party, Army Radio reported.
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