PM won't quit despite protest; Peretz still unsure

May 4, 2007 08:40

Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has declared that he has no intention of resigning in the wake of the Winograd report, following a massive rally held Thursday night in Tel Aviv's Rabin Square, Army Radio reported on Friday. "I respect the citizens who expressed their opinions in a democratic fashion, but the Winograd report orders us to deal with the problems we encountered," Olmert told his aides. Defense Minister Amir Peretz, meanwhile, said after the rally that he was putting more thought into tendering his own resignation from both the defense post and from the cabinet.

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