Israel ex-opposition leader Livni to quit assembly
Israel ex-opposition leader Livni to quit assembly JERUSALEM-Israel's recently ousted opposition leader Tzipi Livni plans to quit parliament on Tuesday but will remain active in politics, a confidant said.
Livni, who headed the Kadima Party for more than three years, was ousted as party leader several weeks ago by former defense minister Shaul Mofaz.
The confidant said Livni is to formally submit her resignation later in the day. He spoke on condition of anonymity pending the formal... read more
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