Opposition leader and Kadima party chief Tzipi Livni blasted the Netanyahu government on Monday, calling its policy amateurish and indecisive and denying she had any intentions of having Kadima join the government.

"Netanyahu's policies are the policies of a small-time politician", Livni told Army Radio Monday, adding that Netanyahu "at his core, doesn't want to decide" on what his stance on final status issues will be.

"The decision isn't on the question of [settlement] construction. The decision is whether or not there will be two states here for two peoples - things that Kadima has already declared its support for," Livni said.

"It's not just that he doesn't make fateful decisions - he doesn't want to make them. He makes do with speeches and photo-ops."

In July, Livni criticized Netanyahu's performance in his first 100 days in office, calling the prime minister's new-found support for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict "the height of hypocrisy."

"For the first time in world history, not only is the opposition doing all it can to bring down the government, the government is working to bring down the opposition. We have not yet seen this."