Lieberman willing to continue coalition talks

April 27, 2006 08:38


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Yisrael Beiteinu Chairman Avigdor Lieberman said Thursday that although he was willing to continue coalition talks with Kadima, it would not come at any price to his party. He said that he was ready to set new borders with international recognition but without giving up on his principles. "I have not yet seen a final draft of the new government's guidelines, but we will not compromise on ours," said Lieberman. He criticized Kadima for not addressing the issues of immigrants' rights, including housing and national insurance. Lieberman also claimed that a large government would not survive and that Labor and Kadima were "too busy" dealing with internal conflicts within their parties, declaring, "a coalition with Yisrael Beiteinu would be more stable than one without us."

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