The GoI will dissolve before the November conference

By Ted Belman

The present government is coming apart at the seams. It will not be able to withstand the stresses caused by Olmert’s proposed agreement of principles.

Aside from Leiberman’s articulated position in following post, we recently read that 10 Kadimah MK’s were demanding to know what principles are being negotiated saying “We are not Meretz”

Barak has been busy taking opposing positions to Olmert as a prelude to departing from the coalition. Olmert cut the IDF budget down and Barak took a position against the cuts. Barak also said there was no difference between Fatah and Hamas. If that isn’t a slap in the face, what is? Perhaps his statement that peace is five years away.

Finally Livni’s was agruing against high expectations for the agreement in principles, perhaps because Olmert doesn’t want his government to fall. He is reading the handwriting.

Finally the lack of action on Gaza is greatly adding to the pressure on the government.

So who agrees with me.

September 5, 2007 | 2 Comments »

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