Kadima: Will join gov't if PM is serious about intentions

In response to MK Michael Eitan's calls to include Kadima in a national unity government, Kadima said that it has "made it clear to [Prime Minister Binyamin] Netanyahu, time and time again, that it supports every move which will advance the diplomatic process and will bring Israel a peace deal," according to a press release sent by the party on Monday.
"Livni herself said that Kadima will join the government if Netanyahu is serious about his intentions to reach a full peace deal and will support another coalition if established, which represents these intentions. There is no change in this position."
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