Lieberman unenthusiastic about referendum law
In a Likud-Beiteinu factional meeting, Avigdor Lieberman referred to the possibility of enacting a referendum in the case of political negotiations and said "we are unenthusiastic about a referendum law. A government must rule and not transfer everything to the people to decide."


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu responded to Lieberman saying "we may have differences of opinion. I support a referendum simply because it can determine fates. I don't think that a political agreement can be determined by a random majority." (Moran Azulay)