HaTnua chairwoman Tzipi Livni on Wednesday held her party's first meeting since the signing of coalition agreements with Likud-Beytenu.
"Our entry into the coalition will allow us to advance our world view of the peace process and to prevent the extremism we saw in the previous Knesset," said Livni.
"Today the situation is different," said Livni. "Today the policy also incorporates the world view of HaTnua. From this point, the way the government will look is still open."
Livni also addressed attacks by other party leaders, such as Meretz chairwoman Zahava Gal-On, who said her joining the coalition was a slap in the face to voters.
"It was clear from the outset that there would be criticism and that is legitimate, but the real test will determine the future and on the bright side we have new responsibilities on our shoulders," Livni said.
Livni refused to answer questions from the press.