The current political crisis might force him out of office, Prime Minister Ehud Olmertht was quoted as saying in a Channel 2 report Tuesday evening. "I am not convinced that I will succeed in getting through this," Olmert said to his associates. He added that if he had to go, there would be no coalition left to any of his successors. Comments from Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni also showed her doubting Olmert's ability to remain in office, Channel 10 reported. According to the report, Livni told her associates that she thought Olmert should resign from his position. In addition, the report stated that Livni planned political action, but what kind of action remained uncertain. Earlier, coalition Chairman Avigdor Yitzhaki spoke with several members of the Kadima party on Tuesday, regarding the future of the party's leardership - namely the replacement of Olmert in light of the Winograd report on the Second Lebanon War. Channel 2 reported that almost half of the Kadima faction supports ousting Olmert. On Tuesday night, the PM announced he was bringing forward the special Knesset meeting planned for Thursday by a day in order to discuss the Winograd interim report. In this respect, Kadima MKs are expected to call on Olmert to quit, Channel 2 reported. Earlier on Tuesday Kadima MK Marina Solodkin declared that PM Olmert "must go home," making her the first member of the party to speak out openly in favor of the prime minister's resignation since the publication of the Winograd Committee report on the Second Lebanon War. In an interview with Army Radio, Solodkin said that "the report that was published yesterday was so serious that according to what was written there, [Olmert] has to resign." She added that "Olmert made very big mistakes during the war. He acted with a blatant lack of responsibility. We can't ignore what happened yesterday and what's happening now."