Livni: I won't support 'Jewish state bill,' if PM decides to fire me that's his decision

Justice Minister Tzipi Livni said Sunday that she would not support the 'Jewish state bill' when it goes before the government for a vote on Wednesday, even if it Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu decides to fire her for her decision.
"I will not have a hand in this bill, I won't vote for it," Livni told Channel 2. "If the prime minister decides to fire ministers, that's his decision, she added.
Livni reiterated her belief that the bill was "anti-Zionist and anti-Democratic."
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