PM aides blame Livnat for worsening of his health

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January 9, 2006 08:12

 
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Sources close to Prime Minister Ariel Sharon told the Yediot Aharonot daily on Monday that they blamed Education Minister Limor Livnat for the worsening of Sharon's condition on the night prior to his scheduled catheterization. "The tongue-lashing Livnat gave Sharon on the night before the scheduled catheterization, and her demand that his role in the Martin Schlaf case be investigated, were, metaphorically speaking, accessory to murder," they said. In response to the allegations, Livnat said, "these are false claims, irresponsible, and border on incitement."

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