By Benjamin Birnbaum - The Washington Times Shares
"We expect the prime minister to move forward," said Avishay Braverman, one of five ministers from the center-left party, during a small briefing with reporters in Washington. "I cannot imagine that if there is no movement on the peace process that is serious, that the Labor Party will stay in the government."
"We have a couple of months," said Braverman in an apparent reference to Israel's West Bank settlement freeze, which expires in September. "From here, I don't care any more about declarations. The deeds, history will judge. And I'm speaking as a minister of the government ... The Labor Party came to support the peace process."