Calling herself ‘‘an answer to the contention that there is no one to vote for,’’ Tzipi Livni, Israel’s centrist former foreign minister, returned to politics Tuesday after a six-month hiatus, heading a new party that she described as ‘‘an alternative, personal and ideological,’’ to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
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