joi, 26 iunie 2008

"When I began in the Knesset, I was a member of the opposition. I understand the role of the opposition, because there is nothing more natural than the desire of the opposition to serve as an alternative to the government," Olmert said, adding that in this case, the opposition had failed to assert an alternative agenda other than opposing negotiations for peace.
"You don't want peace. That must be said," the prime minister said in response to calls from MKs Gilad Erdan (Likud) and Tzvi Hendel (National Union-National Religious Party), accusing him of negotiating "surrender" and not peace.

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