Hatnuah chairwoman Tzipi Livni ripped Labor chief Avi Gabbay Wednesday morning, a day after he abruptly ended the alliance between their two parties without informing her.
“If you want to break up our partnership, that’s your prerogative…Avi [Gabbay] planned a campaign that is all about ‘I need to be Prime Minister’, without any real plan. We knew that this was going to be bad, but I felt obliged [to stick with him].”
“At least call me up, make a meeting, tell me ‘Listen, this isn’t working out, this won’t lead to success, you and [Isaac Herzog] got 24 seats, and when I’m leading it [the Zionist Union] only gets 8. So each party should run separately. I would have said, ‘Sure thing,’ shook his hand, and made a press conference with us together saying that this isn’t working out, in a mutually respectful way.”
“He isn’t prime minister material, he has no real ideology.”
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