Speaking at IDC conference, Livni and Herzog say they are better equipped to take on challenges facing Israel.
Livni went on to say that ministers’ schedules should be public, as should records of their votes in all governmental committees.
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Israel remains committed to talks with the Palestinians, but it refuses to negotiate with Fatah as long as it honors its unity deal with Hamas.
Justice minister attacks Bennett's plan to annex Area C as "the end of Zionism"; defends meeting with Abbas in London, saying that talking to Palestinians is necessary despite cancellation of negotiations.
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Justice minister says she has no intention of leaving the coalition and she will continue to meet with the Palestinians if necessary.
Weinstein and Livni say that the main purpose of the oversight body is to increase public trust in the prosecution.
Sources tell Ma'an that meeting between Erekat and Livni was a "fierce political battle" in which PA threatened to try Israeli leaders as "war criminals."
Knesset Control Committee chairman Amnon Cohen says government disregarding 2010 law requiring issue to be part of talks.