'Reichman signed Shinui's burial certificate'

November 29, 2005 18:08
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Herzliya Interdisciplinary Center President Uriel Reichman, "by joining [Prime Minister Ariel] Sharon, has signed the burial certificate of Shinui," MK Yosef Paritsky, formerly of Shinui and currently in the Zionism Liberalism Equality faction in the Knesset, told The Jerusalem Post on Tuesday afternoon. Shinui founder and Herzlia Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) president Uriel Reichman became the latest acquisition in the political marketplace when he accepted an offer from Prime Minister Ariel Sharon on Tuesday to join Sharon's new party, Kadima. Reichman will be Kadima's candidate for education minister in the next cabinet and will also handle issues related to changing Israel's system of government.

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