Opposition Leader Tzipi Livni said, Sunday evening, that the Supreme Court's decision to reject the government's agreement with residents of Migron to relocate them to another spot on the same strategic hill in the Binyamin region was a binding one. She continued, "But beyond the Court's position - the idea that there is a hill nearby on which the settlers will be able to exercise their ideology - is immoral. It is immoral to take these people, uproot them and plant them on a nearby hill which might also be evacuated."
The Kadima party chairwoman added, "There is a government here which is not ready to accept the desired decision to settle the residents in a place which will not be evacuated. It insists on not deciding. Leadership must make decisions - not run away from them and not wait for the court to decide in its place."