Livnat to remain in Likud party

February 19, 2006 11:50


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MK Limor Livnat said Sunday that despite her disappointment at her low placement on Likud's list she had no intention of leaving the party. "Of course I was disappointed with my place on the list," said Livnat, "However, all of us who serve the community need to accept that the work we do doesn't always get the appreciation it deserves." Livnat criticized the government's policies in the wake of Hamas' Palestinian parliamentary election victory and said," When the government decide to fund the Palestinian Authority and then renege on its decision it can't expect the rest of the world to demonstrate a united front", Army Radio reported.

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