Orlev: Olmert trying to cover up own failures

March 28, 2007 14:11


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NU/NRP leader MK Zevulun Orlev said Wednesday that the statement from the Prime Minister's Office calling the publication of the Winograd Committee testimonies a security threat was a clear sign that the prime minister had "something to hide." "The prime minister is exploiting the security claim to cover up his own failures," Orlev said. "It's important to publish the testimony of the prime minister so the public will know if he's going to repeat what [Vice Premier] Shimon Peres did and zigzag redundantly between his statements in the government and the Knesset and his testimony before the Winograd Committee," he said.

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