Lieberman: 'Barak has no principles, everything's personal with him'

March 4, 2009 11:29


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Israel Beiteinu chair Avigdor Lieberman launched a fierce attack on Defense Minister and Labor chair Ehud Barak on Wednesday, saying "Barak has already said many things and then later gone back on them." Speaking during an interview with Army Radio, Lieberman fumed, "In order to stay defense minister, he would agree to [Hadash MK] Muhammed Barakei joining the coalition. He has no principles, everything's personal with him." Of his own potential cabinet appointment, he said, "I could be a good foreign minister, just like anyone else."

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