Likud's Sa'ar cites 'personal' reasons for Livni's refusal to join gov't

By JPOST.COM STAFF
February 27, 2009 15:15

Following Likud leader Binyamin Netanyahu's failed attempt to persuade Tzipi Livni to join a unity government, chief Likud negotiator MK Gideon Sa'ar said that the Kadima head had "stubbornly held onto her refusal" to join such a coalition, and claimed that her motives were personal. "She didn't even agree to setting up special negotiating teams," he said. "For unity, compromise is required, but Livni's motives to sabotage unity are personal."


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