Jerusalem's Hitorerut party releases scathing statement against Lion

New Jerusalem Mayor Moshe Lion cut deals with haredim he refuses to reveal, broke previously agreed-upon deals and spent most of the coalition forming period outside the country, according to a statement released by the Hitorerut Party, in which it explains why it is not part of the city's coalition.
Ofer Berkovich's Hitorerut, which is the largest party in the Jerusalem council but lost the vote for the seat of mayor, wrote that it cannot be part of the conduct Lion portrayed in the month and a half since the run-off election and will fight for the city's prosperity from the opposition.
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