Legally, the prime minister and the opposition leader are expected to meet on a monthly basis, but Livni and Netanyahu have been avoiding scheduling such a tête-à-tête for the past several months.
"Only a political process can prevent a storm in September and allow Israel to act against terrorism," the opposition chairwoman told Netanyahu during the meeting. "The lack of a political process has harmed Israel's capability to defend itself," she added.
Last week, Livni met with Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman for a regular update on foreign and diplomatic affairs.
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