Likud: Kadima has no right to criticize the primaries

December 9, 2008 08:10


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In response to Kadima criticism over the results of the Likud primaries overnight on Monday, the party issued a statement on Tuesday in which they said that Kadima had no "right" to make such criticism given the track record of their own internal elections. "Kadima still hasn't found certain [missing] ballots from [their] primaries, and supporters of Shaul Mofaz claim that Kadima chairwoman Tzipi Livni and her people defrauded and stole the elections," the statement read. "Kadima is the last [party] to have the right to criticize the primaries."

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