Lieberman: I don't rule out joining a Kadima gov't

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 30, 2006 13:10

 
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Israel Beinteinu Chairman Avigdor Lieberman said on Thursday that, while he did not rule out joining a Kadima-led coalition, he would not be part of a government that did not deal adequately with security. "I still have not seen an answer to Kassam or Katusha rocket attacks." Lieberman said that unilateral withdrawal from settlements should not be the aim of the next government, but rather, it should focus on improving the security situation. "The Gaza disengagement did not bring an end to terror attacks," claimed the Israel Beinteinu leader in an Israel Radio interview. He added that he would consider joining Olmert's coalition if a final border solution was linked to demographics and security, and not "just a senseless withdrawal to the '67 borders."

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