Livnat declares Likud has 'turned over a new page'

December 20, 2005 07:41


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Following the victory of MK Binyamin Netanyahu in the race for the Likud leadership, Education Minister Limor Livnat declared Tuesday that the Likud had "turned over a new page." She continued to say that everyone who left the Likud will "eat their hat." Livnat noted that she was against Netanyahu's position that all Likud ministers leave the government. "There is no justification for leaving the government in the hands of [Prime Minister] Ariel Sharon and his new party," Army Radio reported Livnat as saying.

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