Mofaz blames Bibi for sharp slide in Likud's power

December 8, 2005 08:39


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Defense Minister and Likud leadership candidate Shaul Mofaz lashed out at his Likud rival MK Binyamin Netanyahu on Thursday, blaming him for the sharp slide in the party's power, as demonstrated by recent polls. Mofaz told Army Radio that if elected, he would revitalize the party. "I believe Likud voters need to decide whether they want a small, marginal party or a large, powerful movement. If Netanyahu is elected, the Likud will become a small, marginal party," he said.

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