Livni: Netanyahu still doesn't know what he'll say in policy speech

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June 9, 2009 11:28

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu still doesn't know what he will say in Sunday's policy speech, opposition leader Tzipi Livni claimed Tuesday. Speaking to Israel Radio, Livni said that, anyway, she did not attach any importance to what Netanyahu would say, but rather to his actions, adding that it "doesn't look like he's changed his approach." "Netanyahu is not interested in making a decision, he's trying to avoid it," Livni asserted, emphasizing that Kadima joining the Likud-led government would only create an image of a peace process. The opposition leader went on to say that the Israeli Right must examine its polices in light of the reality, and that the two-state solution was an Israeli interest.

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