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        5/16/2012, Iyar 24, 5772

      Elkin: Kadima Seems to have Split Personality


      Coalition Chairman Ze’ev Elkin responded to the way Kadima voted on the Yitzchak Herzog law considering gender segregation on buses a crime. “It would seem that Kadima suffers from a split personality, and cannot decide if it is part of the coalition, or if they want to go back to facing defeat in the upcoming elections.

      “It is disappointing that Kadima is violating what has been arranged with them. This must indicate the severe crisis Kadima is undergoing. We will relate to their lack of discipline traditionally. If they cannot conform to coalition discipline, they should look elsewhere.”

      The Herzog law proposal was rejected.