Livni: No unity gov't without agreement on two-state solution

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March 15, 2009 12:46

 
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"Without an agreement on the two-state solution and Annapolis [process] - there will be no deal," said Kadima leader Tzipi Livni on Sunday, regarding the possibility of her party joining the Likud in a national unity government. "This is a fundamental choice Bibi [Likud leader Binyamin Netanyahu] must make - will he go with the Right, or with us? [A national unity government] should give an equal partnership and have diplomatic understandings, otherwise there will be no deal," Livni said.

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