Former Labor chairman Amram Mitzna lashed out at his party on Sunday, saying that the coalition agreement that they signed with Kadima cheated their voters.
"It cheated the public [by abandoning] the socioeconomic banner that was lowered to half-mast," he accused in an Army Radio interview.
Furthermore, Mitzna added, the party presented a team consisting of new people, but when the moment of truth came, the ministers would consist of only the veteran MKs.
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