Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni said Monday that the Winograd Committee's criticism had improved the decision-making process in the government, Israel Radio reported.
Speaking at a conference of the Movement for Quality Government, Livni said that discussions were now longer and weightier and that ministers listened to different opinions and accepted more terms.
She added that those who were innocent need not fear criticism dealing with purity of conduct.
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