Livni: We're examining possibility of Meretz, UTJ joining government

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September 28, 2008 19:30

 
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During a Kadima faction meeting on Sunday, newly elected Kadima chair Tzipi Livni said that she was "organizing dialogues with coalition members… to examine the possibility of broadening the government with [political parties] United Torah Judaism and Meretz." She also hinted at the possibility that the 2009 national budget would be amended as a result of requests from coalition parties. "We needed to make a decision on subjects related to the national budget. We must remember that two of our partners didn't support the budget, and we intend to be in a position where we know we have Knesset support."

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