Former minister Dan Merido said, Thursday, that he won't be quick to vote for the Likud party if it becomes what he called right wing and extreme. Interviewed by Channel 10 Television, Meridor said the party had undergone ideological change. He explained, "The fact is that those who fought on the values of human rights and democracy found themselves outside." Meridor claimed, " The attempt to create a more right-wing, combative Likud brought about the political result of a loss of votes for the right." He added, "I hope this won't be an historical move that brings the movement from being a leading movement to being an extreme right-wing movement."