Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu arrived at an emergency Likud faction meeting late Monday night to discuss the developments he and opposition leader Shaul Mofaz are considering to postpone early elections.
Netanyahu arrived smiling along with his former chief of staff Natan Eshel, who resigned earlier this year after he admitted to "misconduct" towards a female staffer at the Prime Minister's Office.
Eshel apparently played a role in brokering the deal between Netanyahu and Mofaz, which may pave the way for Kadima to join the coalition. Read the full story here
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