The Gil Pensioners' Party met on Thursday afternoon, for the first time since the election, to discuss the coalition negotiations to be conducted with Kadima.
Sources in the party stated that they would neither impede nor facilitate the government's state policies, Army Radio reported.
Party Chairman Rafi Eitan already met with representatives of several other parties, including NU-NRP Chairman Benny Elon, to discuss political cooperation.
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