Kadima's Hasson: Ideological Bibi-Shas alliance has been exposed

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January 27, 2009 14:28

 
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Responding to Shas's declared intention to endorse Likud leader Binyamin Netanyahu in the upcoming general election, the head of Kadima's response team, MK Yoel Hasson, said that "it's clear, contrary to Netanyahu's denials, that an ideological alliance between Bibi and Shas has been exposed." "What has still not been revealed though is what Shas's price will be in negotiations over the Education Ministry - billions for child welfare, blocking civil unions and easements for conversions, and toughing the position for women in the rabbinic courts," he continued. "Whoever votes Netanyahu will get Shas."

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