Lieberman: Government only succumbs to pressures
Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman addressed the Commercial and Industrial Business Club in Tel Aviv and said: "One of the problems is that the Israeli government is not running anything. It actually only succumbs to pressure. The prime minister is like a board chairman.
If we picture a business firm – the meaning is that the board members are slandering each other and engage in intrigues. Such company has no chance to survive."


He further added: "We live only by miracles. Talking about a change in the governance system, that is the heart of the issue. We need proper management. Everyone offsets the other here." (Itay Blumenthal)