Opposition members kicked out of Knesset for disrupting Netanyahu speech

Members of Israel's opposition parties were booted out of the Knesset Monday for making comments as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was delivering a speech opening the new session of Israel's Parliament.
Among those who left the hall were Hatnua leader Tzipi Livni and Zionist Union MKs Stav Shafir and Hilik Bar.
Netanyahu opened the Knesset session by setting out his legislative agenda and also took a opportunity to dismiss the opposition as a bunch of negative "sourpusses."
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