MK Shaul Mofaz, who won the Kadima primaries last week, will be appointed on Monday as the new opposition head instead of former Kadima Chairwoman Tzipi Livni. At the first Kadima meeting since his victory, Mofaz said that he was embarking on a new and common road and that any action his party takes from now on will be for the sake of replacing Netanyahu's government. After winning the primaries on Tuesday, Mofaz called on Livni to join him in the party's efforts to pose a serious challenge to the Netanyahu government. Last Tuesday, Mofaz won 61.7 percent of the votes in the Kadima primaries.
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