Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni said on Tuesday that a change in the governmental system was on Kadima's agenda even before the elections.
Livni told Israel Radio that the change would improve the stability of Israel's government, enabling voters to form party lists instead of party officials and central committee members, and increasing the involvement of the Knesset in the democratic process.
The foreign minister said that the subject was being dealt with to facilitate Israel Beiteinu's entry into the coalition but insisted that Kadima was opposed to the establishments of a presidential system.
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