The Kadima opposition party is upset.
According to the Jerusalem Post:
Livni: Barak's split from Labor 'dirtiest act in history'And the Labor party that Barak left is not happy either.
"After defense minister announces creation of new faction, Kadima leader says Barak feared taking responsibility, making decisions in government.Defense Minister Ehud Barak's split from the Labor Party is "the dirtiest act" in history, opposition leader Tzipi Livni of Kadima told Army Radio on Tuesday.Livni criticized Barak's comments on Monday justifying his resignation from Labor, saying: "For Barak to call whoever wants peace post-Zionist is unheard of." -more
According to Ynet:
Barak's move enrages Arab Labor members
" Party members from Arab sector consider leaving following defense minister's decision to quit: 'This is the biggest blow to Left in modern Israeli history'
Defense Minister Ehud Barak's decision to quit Labor has Arab party members fuming. "This is the greatest shock to the Israeli Left in the State of Israel's modern history," said Ar'ara resident Malcham Malcham, who served as an advisor on Arab Affairs to former Minister Ophir Pines-Paz."This move has direct implications on the Arab sector. It endangers democracy and bolsters the Israeli Right," he said." -more