Meridor expects that the "construction freeze", which was established for 10 months only, on a non-renewable basis, will not be renewed by Likud. This fits with Kadima view of following the "Israeli consensus", but what about Labor? Labor cannot be part of such an approach which will put an end to the peace process. It will have to quit the government. Let Kadima join instead, and face the music of world condemnation and necessary action.
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